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This half term our learning question is :

What type of world did Jesus want?

 

OUTCOMES BY THE END OF THIS UNIT, PUPILS ARE EXPECTED TO BE ABLE TO:

  • Identify this as part of a ‘Gospel’, which tells the story of the life and teaching of Jesus.
  • Make clear links between the calling of the first disciples and how Christians today try to follow Jesus and be ‘fishers of people’.
  • Offer suggestions about what Jesus’ actions towards the leper might mean for a Christian.
  • Make simple links between Bible texts and the concept of ‘Gospel’ (good news).
  • Give examples of how Christians try to show love to all, including how members of the clergy follow Jesus’ teaching.
  • Make links between the Bible stories studied and the importance of love, and life in the world today, expressing some ideas of their own clearly

 

KNOWLEDGE BUILDING BLOCKS PUPILS WILL KNOW THAT:

• Christians believe Jesus challenges everyone about how to live — he sets the example for loving God and your neighbour, putting others first.

• Jesus shows love and forgiveness to unlikely people.

• Christians try to be like Jesus — they want to know him better and better.

• Christians try to put his teaching and example into practice in lots of ways, from church worship to social justice.

The Big Frieze - Gospel

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