Primary RE Assessment and Moderation

A number of people attended the welcoming but socially-distanced event, including Fr Martin Sylvester. There were local representatives from other Christian traditions too.

Theresa showed the group three short films made by Pact. In one piece, Lewis, a former prisoner, performs his own powerful spoken word poetry.In another, two former prisoners speak movingly to each other about their experiences, how faith helped them to make a fresh start and how Pact staff and volunteers treated them: ‘They didn’t judge me. They spoke to me like a human being’.

Pact Services Manager, Lesley Ward, also attended the event and explained the life-changing work she leads covering a number of prisons and community hubs in the diocese and further afield. Lesley shared important insights into the challenges of the prison environment, particularly during the pandemic. She was able to give more information about some of the learning opportunities Pact provides, such as the parenting skills training, shown in another Pact short film. Pact works to strengthen family relationships where appropriate as this gives hope and the real potential of living a better life together in the future. Those leaving prison with strong family bonds are 39% less likely to return to crime.

The discussion led to several useful action ideas. While sharing the distressing ‘hidden sentence’ a family can live through alongside their loved one in prison, Theresa highlighted the National Prisoners’ Families Helpline which Pact provides. Fr Sylvester suggested that a poster giving details of the Freephone Helpline number ought to be in every church porch. Theresa agreed to take this forward.

Pact welcomes support from parishes and individuals. To keep in touch, if you have not already signed up to our magazine, Fresh Start, you can do so here: Sign up to Fresh Start | Prison Advice and Care Trust

There are opportunities to work as a volunteer supporting a number of Pact's services in the diocese. Pact has an established training and support programme for volunteers.

Parishes in the diocese may like to think about becoming ‘partners’ to prisons in the region where Pact has a presence. This has worked well in other areas recently. For example, parishioners have worked together to provide gift cards which prisoners can give to their children, sharing a little love and joy and strengthening family bonds this Christmas - as part of Pact's Operation Elf.

Please find below a range of materials to further support assessment and moderation within the Come and See programme.

End of Year Expectations

The statements provide further structure and assistance for each Year group with regards to the planning, moderation and assessment within the Come and See. They also serve to guide teachers in relation to setting appropriate pupil targets and monitoring progress accordingly.

End of Year Expectations July 2019 - click

Assessment Focus Tasks

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.

Assessment Focus Cycle

Three Year Cycle File – click

Recent Assessment Focus Tasks

Lent Term 2022 - click

Advent Term 2021 - click

Pentecost Term 2021 - click

Lent Term 2021 - click

Exemplification Materials (select your year group)

EYFS Exemplars EOY Expectations 2019 - click

Year 1 Exemplars EOY Expectations 2019 - click

Year 2 Exemplars EOY Expectations 2019 - click

Year 3 Exemplars EOY Expectations 2019 - click

Year 4 Exemplars EOY Expectations 2019 - click

Year 5 Exemplars EOY Expectations 2019 - click

Year 6 Exemplars EOY Expectations 2019 - click