Lincoln Christ's Hospital School

Lincoln Christ's Hospital School
Educating in Lincoln since 1090

 

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Key skills developed through Religious Education:

 

  • Investigation - asking questions, information gathering, collecting evidence, undertaking research.
  • Interpretation - understanding meaning and symbolism.
  • Reflection - listening, thinking and feeling about the meaning of experience, and ultimate questions.
  • Empathy - appreciating with imagination the beliefs of others, seeing through the eyes of another.
  • Evaluation - being able to debate issues using evidence, weighing up different views and ideas.
  • Analysis - distinguishing between opinion, fact and belief.
  • Synthesis - linking significant features of religion together, connecting different aspects of life.
  • Application - making the connection between ideas and values, and real life.
  • Expression - explaining concepts, rituals and practices.

 

Furthermore, through an array of teaching methods and resources we aim to increase the following attributes in our pupils:

 

  • Curiosity
  • Feelings of Awe and Wonder
  • Imagination
  • Creativity
  • Reflection and Contemplation

 

 

 

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