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1 Assessing RECONCILIATION ~ INTER-RELATING For our Catholic Schools

2 Assessing RECONCILIATION ~ INTER-RELATING This term, the formally assessed theme is the SACRAMENTAL THEME – RECONCILIATION We will be formally assessing AT1 (ii). The children may be informally assessed against the other strands. Each year group will assess from an activity taken from or based on a Learning Focus in Reveal. The activities are listed over the next few slides. When planning please leave this task out. Please teach all of Explore, Reveal (but not the task you will use for the formal assessment) and following Remember please formally assess. This enables the children to have had opportunity to work through the topic in full to inform their assessment.

3 (i) beliefs, teachings and sources ii) celebration and ritual iii) social and moral practices and way of life i) engagement with own and others’ beliefs and values ii) engagement with questions of meaning and purpose CHURCH THEMESACRAMENTAL THEME CHRISTIAN LIVING THEME 1 Recognise some religious stories Recognise some religious signs and symbols and use some religious words and phrases Recognise that people because of their religion act in a particular way Talk about their own experiences and feelings Say what they wonder about 2 Retell some special stories about religious events and people Use religious words and phrases to describe some religious actions and symbols Describe some ways in which religion is lived out by believers Ask and respond to questions about their own and others’ experiences and feelings Ask questions about what they and others wonder about and realise that some of these questions are difficult to answer 3 Make links between religious stories and beliefs Use a developing religious vocabulary to give reasons for religious actions and symbols Give reasons for certain actions by believers Make links to show how feelings and beliefs affect their behaviour and that of others Compare their own and other people’s ideas about questions that are difficult to answer 4 Describe and show understanding of religious sources, beliefs, ideas, feelings and experiences; making links between them Use religious terms to show an understanding of different liturgies Show understanding of how religious belief shapes life Show an understanding of how own and others’ decisions are informed by beliefs and values Engage with and respond to questions of life in the light of religious teaching 5 Identify sources of religious belief and explain how distinctive religious beliefs arise Describe and explain the meaning and purpose of a variety of forms of worship Identify similarities and differences between peoples’ responses to social and moral issues because of their beliefs Explain what beliefs and values inspire and influence them and others Demonstrate how religious beliefs and teaching give some explanation of the purpose and meaning of human life ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion AT 2 : Learning from Religion

4 Early Years: Reception Focus 2 p164, Continuous Provision Activity 1 (adapted). ‘Using the role play area encourage children to talk about how they feel when things go wrong and how they make up as friends. Invite pupils to talk about the pictures from God’s Story 2 p50. Ask what the children in the pictures can say or do to make things better.’ Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual Towards L1

5 Early Years: Reception Focus 2 p164, Continuous Provision Activity 1 (adapted). ‘Add speech/thought bubbles to the pictures. Invite pupils to write or talk about using annotation, what the characters will say and do to make it better.’ Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual Within L1

6 ii) celebration and ritual SACRAMENTAL THEME Recognise some religious signs and symbols and use some religious words and phrases ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion Towards L1, the children may be able to use certain words / phrases e.g. Love, friend, happy, sad, make up, kind, loving, gentle and sorry. Within L1, the children will be able to recognise words, action and phrases related to asking for, and receiving forgiveness. Photographs of the activities are a good way of recording evidence

7 Year 1: Year 1: Learning Focus 6, p171, Question 4 Using Church’s Story 2 (p15) to prompt discussion and ideas, invite the pupils to: ‘Talk about and label the picture with the appropriate words, phrases and actions related to what is happening in the picture.’ Level 1 Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual

8 Year 1: Year 1: Learning Focus 6, p171, Activity 4 Using Church’s Story 2 (p15) to prompt discussion and ideas, invite the pupils to: ‘Write or scribe sentences / words to accompany the picture, describing what is happening.’ Level 2 Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual Formal Assessment Summer 2013 Reconciliation ~ Inter-relating theme Celebration and Ritual

9 ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion recognise The children at L1 should recognise some religious actions and use some religious words and phrases related to reconciling with one another – sign of peace, ‘Peace be with you’, forgive, love etc. describe To achieve L2, the child needs to use religious words and phrases to describe actions related to reconciling with one another – pupils may relate this to the Mass, Collective Worship or through other liturgies within the school day. ii) celebration and ritual SACRAMENTAL THEME Recognise some religious signs and symbols and use some religious words and phrases Use religious words and phrases to describe some religious actions and symbols

10 Year 2: Based on Learning Focus 5 p169, Activity 2 ‘Using Church’s Story 2, page 48, invite the pupils to use some religious words and phrases to describe what is taking place within the picture and what they know about the Sacrament of Reconciliation. ’ Level 2

11 Year 2: Based on Learning Focus 5 p169, Activity 2 At L1, the pupils may label the pictures to show they recognise some religious actions and can use religious words and phrases At L3, the pupils can create a guide for younger children using words and pictures describing what happens in the Sacrament of Reconciliation and giving the reasons for the words and actions used.

12 Recognise Recognise some religious signs and symbols and use some religious words and phrases describe Use religious words and phrases to describe some religious actions and symbols give reasons Use a developing religious vocabulary to give reasons for religious actions and symbols ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion ii) celebration and ritual SACRAMENTAL THEME To achieve Level 1, the pupil has been able to recognise and use some of the words and phrases – sorry, priest, right, wrong, sign of cross, forgive etc. To achieve Level 2, the pupil has been able to describe what is happening within the picture, making reference to some of the actions, symbols, words and phrases involved – forgive, reconciliation, conscience, prayer, sign of cross, sorry, priest etc. To achieve Level 3, the pupil needs to give reasons for the religious actions and symbols within the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

13 Year 3: Based on Learning Focus 5 p179, Activity 1 ‘Using Church’s Story 3 p66-67, invite the children to design a Reconciliation Booklet which uses religious words and phrases to describe the actions and symbols within the Sacrament of Reconciliation.’ Level 2 ‘Give reasons for these actions and symbols’ Level 3

14 ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion The children at L2 should use religious words and phrases to describe some of the actions and symbols used within the Sacrament of Reconciliation. To achieve L3, the pupil needs to give reasons for these actions and symbols. Recognise Recognise some religious signs and symbols and use some religious words and phrases describe Use religious words and phrases to describe some religious actions and symbols give reasons Use a developing religious vocabulary to give reasons for religious actions and symbols ii) celebration and ritual SACRAMENTAL THEME

15 Year 4: Based on Learning Focus 4 p192. ‘Invite the pupils to plan their own liturgy of Reconciliation for someone who is not a Catholic to be able to follow and understand why symbols, actions etc. are chosen. Ask the pupils to choose songs, readings, prayers and responses that would be suitable for a class celebration of reconciliation. (They should include an examination of conscience, a penitential rite and Act of Contrition etc.)’ Level 3

16 ATTAINMENT TARGET 1 : Learning about Religion The children, at Level 3, should be able to use religious words and phrases to give (suitable) reasons for the different actions and symbols used in the Sacrament of Reconciliation To achieve Level 4, the child would have to demonstrate a clear understanding of the structure of a liturgy and the elements involved within the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Recognise Recognise some religious signs and symbols and use some religious words and phrases describe Use religious words and phrases to describe some religious actions and symbols give reasons Use a developing religious vocabulary to give reasons for religious actions and symbols ii) celebration and ritual SACRAMENTAL THEME Use religious terms to show an understanding of different liturgies At Level 2, the children will just use religious words and phrases to describe religious actions and symbols related to the Sacrament of Reconciliation (no/insufficient reasons given).

17 Year 5: Based on Learning Focus 6 p190, Activity 1 ‘Create a leaflet for a friend who is not a Catholic describing what happens during the Sacrament of Reconciliation and giving reasons for the words and actions used.’ Level 3

18 Year 5: Based on Learning Focus 6 p190, Activity 1 ‘Design a leaflet for a friend who is not a Catholic to understand the importance of the Sacrament of Reconciliation, describing and giving reasons for what happens during the rite. Make links to Scripture showing what Catholics believe and how they should act wherever possible. Level 4

19 At L4, the child will show an understanding of the Sacrament of Reconciliation giving reasons for the action and symbols used and making links to scripture, what Catholics believe and how they should act. At L3, the child will use religious words and phrases to give reasons for the religious action and symbols used in the Sacrament of Reconciliation Recognise Recognise some religious signs and symbols and use some religious words and phrases describe Use religious words and phrases to describe some religious actions and symbols give reasons Use a developing religious vocabulary to give reasons for religious actions and symbols ii) celebration and ritual SACRAMENTAL THEME Use religious terms to show an understanding of different liturgies At L2, the child will use religious words and phrases to describe what happens in the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

20 Year 6: Based on Learning Focus 5, p210, Activity 1 ‘Design a leaflet to help someone to understand the importance, for Catholics, of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. Describe and give reasons for what happens during the rite. Make links with Scripture what Catholics believe and how they should act.’ Level 4

21 iii) social and moral practices and way of life CHRISTIAN LIVING THEME Recognise that people because of their religion act in a particular way Describe some ways in which religion is lived out by believers Give reasons for certain actions by believers Show understanding of how religious belief shapes life Identify similarities and differences between peoples’ responses to social and moral issues because of their beliefs show an understanding giving reasons making links At L4, the child will show an understanding of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, giving reasons for the action and symbols used and making links with Scripture, what Catholics believe and how they should act. identify, describe and explain At L5, the child will identify, describe and explain the meaning and purpose of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick and how Catholics respond to the Sacrament according to their beliefs. describe At L2, the child will use religious words and phrases to describe what happens in the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick. give reasons At L3, the child will use religious words and phrases to give reasons for the religious actions and symbols used in the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.


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