- be able to relate the major Christian festivals (Harvest) to beliefs ;
- be able to evaluate the validity of festival (Harvest) practice;
- be able to outline the key beliefs of Christianity in relation to God, Jesus, behaviour in this life ...
- show an understanding of the belief in the Holy Spirit;
- be able to explore the issues which are raised when considering creation ...
- be familiar with the stories of a variety of Christians who act out their faith in their lives;
- show an understanding of the relationship between belief and action in the lives of Christians;
- begin to be aware of a Christian perspective on a social/moral issue.
- begin to be able to identify the beliefs reflected in the celebration of Mahashivratri;
- show some understanding of the beliefs reflected in stories relating to the cycle of creation, maintenance and destruction of the world;
- have some understanding of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva as the main representations of Brahman ...
- show some understanding of the ideas contained in the Purusha myth.
- explore the nature of creation stories and what they teach;
- be aware of the nature of scientific statements about the origin of the earth and life on it;
- be able to identify the separate functions of religious and scientific statements about origins;
- discuss the value of these different kinds of statement;
- explore their opinions about the issues raised;
- begin to understand the nature of belief and faith stances;
- appreciate that religion can offer meaning, value and purpose in life;
- be able to explore their own ideas of meaning, value and purpose generally and in relation to themselves.