BELIEVING, LEARNING AND SHARING TOGETHER: School Council are in need of cakes and treats for their Macmillan Coffee Afternoon on Friday 29th September, starting at 2:30pm. Thank you from all the School Councillors and Mrs Higgins. Parents evening will be held on Monday 16th October, please make sure you have returned your time slips to your teacher. FOSMS are holding a SPOOKY DISCO on Thursday 16th October - please look out for further information about this in the FOSMS newsletter.
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RE in KS1

Key Stage 1 children are will:

  • Talk about God as creator of the world who loves us
  • Know that God is three in one, Father, Son and Holy Spirit
  • Be able to retell both the nativity and Easter stories
  • Use religious words to talk about the celebrations of Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost
  • Know that Christians believe Jesus is the Son of God who died on the cross and rose again
  • Know that Jesus had 12 special friends called disciples
  • Know that the Bible is our holy book and it contains God’s big story, the salvation plan
  • Be able to retell stories of Jesus’ miracles
  • Have visited a church and confidently talk about their experience and what they have learnt
  • Have had opportunities to ask reflective questions that wonder about Christian practice, values and beliefs
  • Be able to give examples of how Christians put their beliefs into action
  • Know the names and significance of holy books from other faiths
  • Know the places where people of other faiths worship
  • Be developing a sense of their own values and the values of other
  • Have experienced taking part in the celebration of Harvest Festival



By the end of Key Stage 1, therefore, pupils will confidently know, apply and understand the knowledge, concepts and attitudes specified in the Statement of Entitlement for Religious Education, published by the Church of England Education Office.