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Moderation Portfolio Assessment Tasks

Come and See Spring 2018

Lent/Easter AT1iii
Why we have common assessment tasks

The following assessment tasks have been compiled for the Spring term 2018 for inclusion in school portfolios. These will enable



  • Schools to produce a moderation portfolio of assessed work using common tasks for Years One to Six. (An activity is included for Early Years to be used for Year 1 children in a YR/Y1 class, using the Early Years book. Early Years teachers may present examples of work for the school portfolio, but this will not be levelled or moderated.)

  • Consistency of levelling locally, at diocesan level, and nationally, across topics and strands

  • The collation of exemplars showing secure levels within each strand

How the task is used

It is important to remember that this task only serves as part of the evidence used to support the ‘best fit’ level of attainment achieved by the pupil in this term. The task should be given a straight level and not sub-levelled. Teachers should award a sub-level to each child at the end of each term taking into account all their work across that term.

The timetable for assessment work for school portfolios is as follows. All strands will be covered on a three years cycle.

Year

2015/16

2016/17


2017/18

Autumn


Christian Living Theme

Advent/Christmas

̴ Loving


Church Theme

Domestic Church

̴ Family


Sacramental Theme

Baptism/Confirmation

̴ Belonging


Spring


Church Theme

Local Church

̴ Community


Sacramental Theme

Eucharist

̴ Relating


Christian Living Theme

Lent/Easter

̴ Giving

Summer


Sacramental Theme

Inter-relating

̴ Reconciliation


Christian Living Theme

Pentecost

̴ Serving


Church Theme

Universal Church

̴ World

Using the assessment task cover sheet

The tasks this term are based on activities within the Reveal section of Come and See for the Lent/Easter topic and have been adapted to meet the focus of AT1iii. Driver words are in bold to assist you with the planning and assessment of the task. In the grid the teacher should highlight the level achieved and add reasons for awarding the level in the commentary box. A range of levels is included for each task to assist with the teaching of mixed age classes and to aid teacher marking.

The sheet serves as a cover sheet to the given task. It should be attached to and annotated for each piece of work in the portfolio. This sheet will be used at diocesan moderation meetings so please add your school name, badge or crest and the town to the top of each sheet.

Please note that evidence of a pupil’s response can be scribed by an adult if the pupil is unable to record his/her response independently in written form. Please record the pupil’s own words.


Additional notes


  • some of the tasks require further research, particularly within Levels 3 and 4. With this in mind, a set of Background Notes are available to guide teachers and supplement their knowledge.

Early Years - Growing – Spring 2018

Working within or towards Level 1 AT1 iii


Name of pupil: Date:
Context

During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Growing’, pupils explore Lent: a time to grow in love to be more like Jesus and to look forward to Easter.

Within Focus Week 2 the pupils learn about Good Friday and getting ready to celebrate Easter (Refer to God’s Story 1 p.34 / Church’s Story 1 pp.42-43).
Activity

Adapt Reception Focus Week 2, page 134, Adult Directed Group Activity, Activity 6

Scribe onto cut-out eggs ways in which the pupils have grown during Lent. Pupils can decorate these and hang on the Lenten tree.

(Refer to Background Notes)
Learning Objectives


  • To begin to recognise that people because of their religion act in a particular way. Working towards Level 1

  • To recognise that people because of their religion act in a particular way. Level 1



Level Achieved

(highlight one)


Commentary

Pupil is able to recognise ways in which they have grown during Lent. Level 1 AT1 iii



Pupil is only beginning to recognise ways in which they have grown during Lent. Working towards Level 1 AT1iii




This assessment task can be used for Year 1 children in a YR/Y1 class, using the Early Years book. Work produced by children in Reception or Nursery will not be levelled.



Year 1 - Change – Spring 2018

Level 1/2 AT1 iii


Name of pupil: Date:

Context

During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Change’, pupils explore Lent: a time to change in preparation for the celebration of Easter.

Within Learning Focus 3 the pupils learn about Lent as a special time when the family of Jesus think about making a new start.
Activity

Adapt Learning Focus 3, page 135, Activity 2

Having read/listened to God’s Story 2 (p.50) and discussed the two pictures, draw two columns; one for times when they haven’t behaved as Jesus would want them to and the second column showing ways in which they can make a new start – this can be evidenced through words, pictures and/or annotated pictures. Level 1

In order to achieve Level 2 the pupil would need to describe some new starts made in Lent by describing the specific actions (e.g. I will help my mum by keeping my room tidy) Level 2

(Refer to Background Notes)

Learning Objectives


  • To recognise that Christians act in a particular way because of their religion. Level 1

  • To describe ways in which religion is lived out by believers. Level 2



Level Achieved

(highlight one)



Commentary

Pupil is able to recognise ways in which new starts are made. Level 1 AT1 iii



Pupil is able to describe some new starts made in Lent. Level 2 AT1iii






Year 2 - Opportunities – Spring 2018

Level 1/2/3 AT1 iii


Name of pupil: Date:

Context

During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Opportunities’, pupils explore Lent, the opportunity to turn towards what is good in preparation for Easter.

Within Learning Focus 4 the pupils learn about The story of Maundy Thursday.
Activity

Adapt Learning Focus 4, page 134, Activity 2

Pupils design a simple poster which illustrates and describes some of the ways in which Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent. Level 2

Pupils include reason for the actions of Christians during Lent. Level 3

Pupils design a simple poster which illustrates some of the ways in which Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent, using a bank of words and actions. Level 1

(Refer to Background Notes)

Learning Objectives


  • To describe ways in which Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent. Level 2

  • To give reasons for the ways/actions they have described. Level 3

  • To recognise how Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent (pupils could choose from a bank of words and actions). Level 1



Level Achieved

(highlight one)



Commentary

Pupil has recognised ways in which Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent, choosing from bank of words. Level 1 AT1iii


Pupil has described some of the ways in which Christians serve and do things for other people in Lent. Level 2 AT1iii


Pupil has given reasons for the ways/actions they have described. Level 3 AT1iii




Year 3 – Giving all – Spring 2018

Level 2/3 AT1 iii


Name of pupil: Date:

Context

During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Giving all’, pupils explore Lent, a time to remember Jesus’ total giving.

Within Learning Foci 1 and 2 the pupils learn about Lent; an opportunity for giving and How to be giving.

Activity

Adapt Learning Focus 1, page 139 Activity 2

Following Learning Focus 3 pupils use Lenten signs and symbols to make a Lenten promise and describe how they will achieve this. Level 2

Pupils write an additional paragraph, giving reasons for their actions. Level 3

(Refer to Background Notes)



Learning Objectives

  • To describe some ways in which religious belief is ‘lived out’. Level 2

  • To give reasons for the above actions. Level 3


Level Achieved

(highlight one)



Commentary

Pupil has described some of the ways in which religious belief is ‘lived out’. Level 2 AT1iii



Pupil has given reasons for these actions.

Level 3 AT1iii





Year 4 – Self discipline – Spring 2018

Level 2/3 AT1 iii


Name of pupil: Date:

Context

During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Self discipline’, pupils explore Celebrating growth to new life through self discipline.

Within Learning Focus 3 pupils learn about Living in God’s way.

Activity

Adapt Learning Focus 3, page 149, Activity 2

Pupils design an information sheet which outlines what Christians can learn about self-giving from what Jesus said (Based on Luke 6:27-28, 32-36 – see Scripture Resources on Come and See website) giving reasons for their actions. Level 3

Pupils design an information sheet describing ways in which Christians can live out this message at school, at home and with friends. Level 2

(Refer to Background Notes)



Learning Objectives


  • To give reasons for the actions of Christians because of their belief in self-giving. Level 3

  • To describe some of the ways in which belief in self-giving is lived out. Level 2


Level Achieved

(highlight one)



Commentary

Pupil has described some of the ways in which self-giving is ‘lived out’. Level 2 AT1iii



Pupil has given reasons for these actions of Christians because of their belief in self-giving.

Level 3 AT1iii




Year 5 - Sacrifice – Spring 2018

Level 2/3/4 AT1 iii

Name of pupil: Date:
Context
During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Sacrifice’, pupils have been learning about Lent, a time of giving in preparation for the celebration of the sacrifice of Jesus.

Within Learning Focus 1 the pupils learn about Lent – the opportunity to grow spiritually.


Activity

Adapt Learning Focus 1, page 143, Activity 1

Using Church’s Story 3 (pages 96 and 98) and the Background notes pupils design a guide/leaflet/ information sheet entitled ‘Why Lent is important to Christians’, outlining what Christians do during Lent, why Christians do this and why it is an important time for Christians. Level 3

To achieve a Level 4 pupils would display an understanding of a greater range of sources (hymns, scripture, prayers, ritual) and to the lives of people whose life has been shaped by their belief in sacrifice (e.g. Oscar Romero, Mother Theresa). (Refer to topic grid attached, which provides further focus for Level 4.) Level 4

Pupils design a guide/leaflet/information sheet describing what Christians do during Lent. Level 2

(Refer to Background Notes)
Learning Objectives


  • To give reasons for the actions of Christians during Lent. Level 3
  • To describe how Christians act because of their belief. Level 2


  • To show understanding of how religious belief shapes life. Level 4



Level Achieved

(highlight one)



Commentary

Pupil has described some of the ways in which religious belief is ‘lived out’. Level 2 AT1iii



Pupil has given reasons for the actions of Christians because of their belief in the importance of Lent. Level 3 AT1iii



Pupil has shown understanding of the actions of Christians and how their belief in the importance of Lent shapes their lives. Level 4 AT1iii








Year 6 – Death & New Life – Spring 2018

Level 2/3/4 AT1 iii


Name of pupil: Date:
Context

During the Reveal section in the topic ‘Death & New Life’, pupils have been learning about The Church’s seasons of Lent, Holy week and Easter; the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus led to new life.


Activity

Adapt Learning Focus 1 page 157/8 Activity 1

Using Church’s Story 3 (pages 96 and 98) and the Background notes design a guide/leaflet/ information sheet entitled ‘Lent: a time to die in order to live new life’, outlining what Christians do during Lent, why Christians do this and why it is an important time for Christians. Level 3

To achieve a Level 4 pupils would display an understanding of a greater range of sources (hymns, scripture, prayers, ritual) and to the lives of people whose life has been shaped by this belief). (Refer to topic grid attached, which provides further focus for Level 4.) Level 4

Pupils design a guide/leaflet/information sheet describing what Christians do during Lent. Level 2

(Refer to Background Notes)


Learning objective


  • To show an understanding of how Christian belief shapes lives. Level 4

  • To give reasons for the actions of Christians during Lent. Level 3

  • To describe how Christians behave during Lent. Level 2



Level Achieved

(highlight one)



Commentary

Pupil has described some of the ways in which religious belief is ‘lived out’. Level 2 AT1iii



Pupil has given reasons for these actions.

Level 3 AT1iii



Pupil has shown understanding of how Christian belief shapes their lives. Level 4 AT1iii












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