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Year 1

Year 1 Curriculum Overview

Y1 Subject: Autumn 1 Knowledge – Does God want Christians to look after the world?

Key Endpoints: Does God want Christians to look after the world?

How does it feel to create something?

  • Creating something means making something
  • Creating means using own ideas
  • When something is created it should be looked after
  • Creating something gives a sense of achievement and satisfaction

What is wonderful in the world?

  • The world has many wonderful and beautiful things in it
  • Different people find things beautiful or special
  • Things in the world should be treated well
  • If there wasn’t wonderful tings in the world, this might make people feel sad

Who do Christians believe created the world?

  • Christians believed that God created the world
  • Christians believed it took God 7 days
  • God created something different on each day
  • Christian creation stories are told in the bible

Should people take care of the world?

  • When you take care of something you look after it and keep it safe
  • It is important that the world is looked after
  • People take care of the world in different ways
  • Not everybody takes care of the world

How does God want Christians to treat the world?

  • Christians believe that God created the world for them
  • God created a world for the people to enjoy and look after
  • It is important that the world is looked after
  • Things in the world should be treated well
  • God will be proud if the world is looked after

How will you now treat the world?

  • The world is a special place
  • The world needs to be looked after
  • It is everyone’s responsibility to treat the world with respect

 

National Curriculum Expectations:

  • Respond to stories from Christian by identifying the values which different characters in the stories demonstrate, and how they can link to personal aspects within their own lives
  • Explain reasonably ideas about how beliefs, practices and forms of expression influence individuals and communities

Links to prior learning:

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Links to future learning:

  • Year 2 Autumn:  Why did God give Jesus to the world?

Demonstrating Mastery of endpoints:

  • Multiple Choice Quiz
  • Letter from God to the people about how he wants them to treat the world

Lesson & Objective

Key Knowledge & Vocabulary

Explanations/ Representations

Misconceptions

Connections: Revisit & Foreshadow

Outcomes

1

How does it feel to create something?

 

To reflect on how it feels to make something special

 

To think about how special creations should be treated

 

Children to have created something in a child-initiated session and reflect on it during this RE session

  • Creating something means making something
  • Creating means using own ideas
  • When something is created it should be looked after
  • Creating something gives a sense of achievement and satisfaction

 

Vocabulary:

create, creation, proud, respect, disrespect, treat, trust, damage

Teacher to display the creations in a generic way at the front of the class.

 

CT poses following questions to class.  This could either be done as a circle time or class discussion.

 

Who created this?

How did it feel to create this?

How do I want my creation to be treated?

Who would I trust to look after it?

How would I feel if it was disrespected/damaged?

 

Children should then be encouraged to think about how they want to show off/store/display their creations, i.e. on a special table, high shelf, box.  Is there someone they want to show their creations to? i.e. parallel teacher/SLT.  All these actions should be seen to emphasise how special their creations are and how important it is to show them respect.

 

CT: Record some feelings words, emotions and actions to show how the children answered the above questions

Children’s low self-esteem.  Children may not be happy with their creation or think it’s not very good

Next time children will take part in a scavenger hunt looking for special things in the environment  

Children to have reflected on their creation. 

 

Class record of answers to the questions asked. 

 

Creations stored in a special way, i.e. show and tell table

 

Pupils match key vocabulary to the definition and the image.

2

What is wonderful in the world?

 

 

To think about what is important in the world

 

To think about what makes them important

 

 

  • The world has many wonderful and beautiful things in it
  • Different people find things beautiful or special
  • Things in the world should be treated well
  • If there were no wonderful things in the world, this might make people feel sad

 

Vocabulary: scavenger, nature, natural, man-made, living, growing

Revise prior learning and the idea of creating something.

 

Take children on a scavenger hunt/nature walk outside.  Ensure they will be able to find a nice range of natural objects.

 

Spilt children into small teams. Tell children each team need to collect 5 objects that they think are wonderful. Give some children some direction by asking them to find the smallest, the spikiest, the most colourful object etc.

 

Take a camera/iPad to capture items that cannot be brought into the classroom, ie living creatures, growing plants.

 

Together, explore the objects that the children (and teacher) has found.  This could be done outside, if weather permits, or back into the classroom.

 

Explore ideas of where they think the objects came from.

 

Ask children to choose their favourite object and draw/write about what makes it wonderful.

Items should be collected in a kind and thoughtful way

Where did these wonderful objects come from?

 

Next time we will be finding out what Christians believe about how the world was created.

Children take part in a scavenger hunt/nature hunt and find 5 objects.  They reflect on what makes them special and record their ideas.

 

Items found are stored in a special way or returned to the environment

3

Who do Christians believe created the world?

 

To know the Christian creation story

 

To know the order of what happened on each day

  • Christians believed that God created the world
  • Christians believed it took God 7 days
  • God created something different on each day
  • Christian creation stories are told in the bible

 

Vocabulary:

Earth, natural, environment, God, create, creation, bible, Genesis,

Revisit previous session.  show children pictures (e.g. view of Earth from space, different natural environments) and natural objects, asking the questions – who created this/where did it come from?

 

Revisit children’s ideas from previous session and explain that we are going to find out where Christians think the world came from.

 

Tell story “Wonderful Earth” by Nick Butterworth and Mick Inkpen (Creation Story – Genesis chapter 1) using large sequencing pictures to order/illustrate what happened on each day.

 

Image result for wonderful earth nick butterworth

 

If book can’t be found there are various YouTube videos of it being read aloud.  For example:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjNaeO-KLyM&safe=activeund

 

When exploring each day, say that Christians believe that God created this.  Discuss how Christians believe God created the world and everything in it. Ask the children:  Why did God create these things?  How did he feel afterwards?  How do you feel about these aspects of the world?

 

Creative Activity to illustrate what happened on each day.  This could be a collage, creation wheel, drama/freeze framing activity etc.

 

See the source image

Sensitivity should be shown to children of different faiths.  Teachers should stress this is what Christians believe

Next time we will think about who is responsible for looking after the world and how the world can be looked after properly

Children will hear a child-friendly version of the creation story and be aware of what was created on each day.

 

They should show their knowledge in some creative way (ie through drama, art?

4

Should people take care of the world?

 

To know about different ways people can look after the world

 

To know how the world can be destroyed

 

To know the difference between what is good for the world and what will damage it

  • When you take care of something you look after it and keep it safe
  • It is important that the world is looked after
  • People take care of the world in different ways
  • Not everybody takes care of the world

 

Vocabulary:

positive, negative, treat, care, responsible, damage, destroy, litter, pollution, proud

Explain that in today’s lesson we will be looking at pictures of some of the different ways people treat the world.  How would God feel if He could see these things?  Would He be pleased, or would He feel unhappy and why?

 

Model independent activity. Use the pictures provided but also find some more.

 

Children will sort positive and negative images of how people treat the world, e.g. caring for nature, growing vegetables, dropping litter, damaging nature.  Which of these would God be proud of?

 

Reflect as a class looking at some of the pictures and discussing whether Christians would treat the world in these ways or not and ask children to give reasons.

 

Children to complete the enquiry sheet in their RE books, completing the questions:

God would be proud of…

God would not like…

I think God would be pleased if Christians looked after the world because…

 

Next time we will think about everything we have learned and reflect on our key learning question:

How does God want Christians to treat the world?

 

Children sort pictures of people treating the world in different ways.

 

They discuss reasons for sorting them in that way then complete a refection sheet describing what behaviours God would be proud of/would not like.

5

How does God want Christians to treat the world?

 

To know that the world was created for people to enjoy

 

To think about the ways the world can be looked after by people

  • Christians believe that God created the world for them
  • God created a world for the people to enjoy and look after
  • It is important that the world is looked after
  • Things in the world should be treated well
  • God will be proud if the world is looked after

 

Vocabulary:

Create, treat, respect, look after, enjoy

Remind children that, according to the story, God sat down on day seven to have a rest.  Say to children, let’s pretend He wrote a letter to the people He had created to live in the world.  What do you think He might have written in His letter?

 

Discuss God wanting people to look after the world as He had created it for them and gave it to people to enjoy and to look after for Him.

 

Children write their letters

Sensitivity should be shown to children of other faiths

Next time we will think about what WE can do ourselves to look after the world we live in

Children consider how God would want Christians to treat the world.

Pupils write a manual for looking after the world

6

How will you now treat the world?

 

To think about the ways the world can be looked after people

 

To think about what is important in nature and how they feel about it

  • The world is a special place
  • The world needs to be looked after
  • It is everyone’s responsibility to treat the world with respect

 

Vocabulary:

treat, respect, protect, responsible, precious, special, nature, natural,

Revisit learning and discuss how the world is so precious and that we need to look after it. 

 

Ask children:  How will you now treat the world?

 

Brainstorm ideas and talk about little things that can be done every day and bigger things that need more time.

 

Make group mobiles of natural objects with key words and phrases about how they feel about nature/the world

 

Multiple Choice Quiz.

 

After half term, we will learn about another important story for Christians, the Christmas story

Children will review their learning and what they know about the world.  They will reflect personally on what their role is and how they will treat the world moving forward.  In a group, children will make mobiles.