Based on the work of Nicola Jeffery : The Mountbatten School Hampshire published in RE Secondary News Summer term 2010 Hampshire County Council
Key Questions for RE
Raises these important questions . . .
Why do Islamic women wear Hijab?
Should the wearing of the Hijab be allowed in public in Uk?
What rules should we have about religious clothing and wearing of symbols?
Six areas of enquiry (conceptual strands)
(a to f at least two )
Skills and attitudes can be taken from the key RE skills and attitudes on page and from approaches such as: Personal Learning and Thinking skills (PLTS) , SEAL , RRS (Rights Respecting Schools ) Critical Thinking as appropriate to your school’s curriculum context
Developing the ability to argue respectfully, reasonably and evidentially about religious and spiritual questions;
Being prepared to acknowledge bias and prejudice in oneself.
Levelled learning outcomes taken from
I can statements
Specifically we want them to be able to . . .
Stand B level 5 explain how similarities and differences within and between religions can make a difference to the lives of individuals and communities with reference to dress and wearing symbols
Strand D Level 6 consider the challenges of belonging to a religion today with reference to my own and other people’s views on wearing religious dress and symbols, supporting those views with reasons and examples
Strand F level 6 use reasoning and examples to express insights into the relationship between beliefs and teachings , focusing on things that are important to me