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Support in the delivery of the Come and See programme within the classroom, and further resources to enrich Prayer and Liturgy provision within Primary schools.
Please find below a range of 'pupil friendly' statements relating to the diocesan end of year expectations document within each Come and See topic.These can be used by the pupils and/or teachers in tandem with each topic.These have been written to further assist both the pupil and teacher in terms of identifying the appropriate AT and expectation within the respective Learning Focus. They can be used with the pupils to introduce each topic and then be referred to each week throughout the duration of the topic.These have now been revised to align with the diocesan End of Year expectations document (July 2019).
These provide an excellent approach with respect to the final week of each topic within the 'Come and See' programme. They enable the pupils to reflect upon the meaning within each topic as well as the related 'Big Question'.
These were originally developed to assist pupils and teachers within Years 5 and 6 with respect to aspiring to a deeper understanding and broader knowledge. However, they have since evolved to become a useful resource for Year groups within Key Stage 2 in terms of providing an overview of each topic and additional sources and further guidance.
The following grids provide additional structure and guidance with regards to planning the topics within the 'Come and See' programme.
You will find below a series of liturgies to complement each Come and See topic within all Year groups. These can be used within the RESPOND section of each topic to further supplement the reflective nature of the final week within each topic.
Please find below a range of materials to further support assessment and moderation within the Come and See programme.
The statements provide further structure and assistance for each year with regards to the planning, moderation, and assessment within the Come and See programme. They also serve to guide teachers in relation to setting appropriate pupil targets and monitoring progress accordingly.
The assessment focus tasks were devised to further assist our schools in the development of a shared approach to the moderation and standardisation of exemplars of work within RE.
End of year expectations, by year group.
Please find below a range of further resources which have been developed to further support the delivery of the ‘Come and See’ programme within our schools.
There are many different Christian churches and denominations, but all have the same basic calling - to worship God, to share the good news about Jesus Christ, and to work for the good of all people.
A range of quality resources and materials are available to further support Collective Worship in tandem with the Come and See programme.
Asking the Big Questions - Exploring the Christian Faith.
The Catholic Education Service acts on behalf of the Catholic Bishops' Conference to support Catholic education.
As the Pope’s official children's charity for overseas mission, Mission together supports the physical, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing of children around the world. They provide a variety of FREE Primary School resources throughout the year. These range from assemblies and activities, which can be downloaded from the materials page of their website.
CAFOD stands for the Catholic Agency For Overseas Development. They are an international development charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. They provide many free primary teaching resources to support global learning in your school including lesson plans, CAFOD assemblies and fundraising ideas for EYFS, KS1 and KS2.
The Come and See website provides further information, guidance and resources to be used in conjunction with the programme. These are continually revised and updated.