Please click on the below links to discover what the children are learning this term.
Nursery and Reception
In Aumtum 2, children in EYFS have explored festivals that happen at this time of year. They have really enjoyed learning about Diwali and Christmas. They made diva lamps and designed their own henna patterns.
Year 1 – Festivals of Light
In Autumn 2, children have been studying festivals of light. They have explored Diwali, Hanukkah and Christmas and thought about why they are celebrated by people around the world. They have read lots of stories relating to these festivals too!
Year 2- A Study of Islam
In Autumn 1, children in Year 2 have studied Islam. They explored the life of Prophet Muhammad and were able to put key events of his life in order. They also explored the importance of the 5 Pillars of Islam, focusing on how Muslims pray. The children thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Masjid-Al-Falah.
Year 3- Initiation Rights
In Autumn 1, children in Year 3 really enjoyed their Initiation Rights topic. They considered their responsibility towards others in school and creating a sense of belonging to our school community. Children looked at various religious ceremonies for babies when they are born.
Year 4- Learning from the past and having a vision for the future
In Autumn 1, Year 4 children have taken part in deep discussion about the past and having a vision for the future. Children studied the story of Noah’s Ark; they reflected on qualities he showed and how he showed hope for the future. The children came up with detailed thoughts on what they can learn from Noah and how they can show courage in their lives too!
Year 5 - How do different religions advocate for peace?
In Autumn 2, children in Year 5 have been thinking about what peace means and what we can do to create a peaceful world around us. They have studied various religious teachings about world peace and have reflected on what they can do to advocate peace too!
Year 6- A Study of Judaism
In Autumn 1, children in Year 6 have been exploring Judaism. They have reflected on the qualities of Moses and what made him a good leader. They have also looked at the importance of the Sedar meal and the symbolism involved in it. Furthermore, children also compared their own dietary requirement to those that are outlined in the Torah.