Year 3: ISLAM / CREATION AND FALL
During Summer 1, Year 3 will learn about Islam, looking at the five pillars of the Muslim faith and thinking about what difference it makes to base a life upon these key principles. In Summer 2, the children will undertake their final Christianity unit of work for the year, 'Creation and Fall', looking at what Christians learn from the Creation story in Genesis.
Year 4: CHRISTIANITY IN ACTION
Year 4 will look at how what Christians believe influences what they do. In particular, there will be an emphasis on looking at the lives of influential Christians, both from the Bible and from more recent times. The children will have the opportunity to look at some Christian charities as well as to consider how their own beliefs can impact on the things they personally choose to do in life.
Year 5: HINDUISM
Year 5 will be learning about different aspects of Hinduism. They will consider the origins of this world faith before looking at what Hindus believe about God. They will be taught about a range of Hindu deities, including well-known stories about them. The children will then go on to learn about Hindu worship both at home and in a Mandir, and will look at sacred Hindu scriptures.
Year 6: SIKHISM IN BRITAIN
Our summer term topic for Year 6 is called, 'Sikhism in Britain'. The children will look at how Sikhism was founded, including a study of the founder, Guru Nanak. They will learn about what difference being a Sikh makes to believers’ lives. They will study important aspects of the Sikh faith, such as their places of worship.