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Resolution Of June 3, 2015, Of The Directorate-General Of Evaluation And Territorial Cooperation, Which Publishes The Teaching Of Evangelical Religion Of The Child Education Curriculum.

Original Language Title: Resolución de 3 de junio de 2015, de la Dirección General de Evaluación y Cooperación Territorial, por la que se publica el currículo de la enseñanza de Religión Evangélica de la Educación Infantil.

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Law 24/1992, of 10 November, approving the Agreement on Cooperation of the State with the Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain in Article 10, provides that in order to give effectiveness to the provisions of the Article 27 (3) of the Constitution, as well as in Article 4 of Organic Law 8/1985 of 3 July, Regulatory of the Right to Education, which is guaranteed to students, their parents, mothers or guardians who request it, the exercise of the right to receive evangelical religious teaching in the public and private teachers ' centers, always the exercise of the right does not conflict with the nature of the institution in question as regards the latter.

Evangelical religious teaching will be taught by faculty appointed by the Churches belonging to the Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain, with the conformity of this.

The contents of the evangelical religious teaching as well as the textbooks related to it, will be pointed out by the respective Churches with the conformity of the Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain.

Also, the additional provision second. Teaching of Religion, of the Organic Law of 2/2006, of 3 May, of Education, as amended by the Law of 8 December 2013, of 9 December, for the improvement of the educational quality, establishes in paragraph 2, that the teaching of other religions They are different from the Catholic Church, will conform to the provisions of the Cooperation Agreements concluded by the Spanish State with the Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain. The same provision in paragraph 3 provides for the determination of the curriculum and the evaluable learning standards to enable verification of the achievement of the objectives and the acquisition of the competences corresponding to the subject Religion will be the responsibility of the respective religious authorities.

Royal Decree 1630/2006 of 29 December establishing the minimum teaching of the second cycle of children's education indicates in its additional provision that the teachings of religion will be included in this second cycle. stage cycle.

Education administrations will ensure that parents, mothers or guardians of students and students can express their willingness to receive or not receive teachings of religion.

Educational administrations shall ensure that religious teachings respect the rights of all pupils and students and their families, and that no discrimination shall be taken to receive such teachings.

According to the above precepts, the curriculum of the teaching of the Evangelical Religion for Child Education has been determined.

In its virtue, on a proposal from the Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain.


Give publicity to the educational curriculum of the Evangelical Religion of Child Education, which is included in the annex.


Arrange your publication in the "Official State Bulletin".

Madrid, June 3, 2015. -Director General of Evaluation and Territorial Cooperation, José Ignacio Sánchez Pérez.


Child Education


1. To know and appreciate the Bible as the book through which God has spoken and speaks, identifying his parts and showing respect for it.

2. Identify characters from the Bible, discovering how God spoke to them and considering their role models.

3. To know the basic elements of life in the Church by relating it to the family of God.

4. Participate in the care of the natural environment from the knowledge of God's love and care towards its Creation.

5. Identify human traits and estimate their dignity as being superior to Creation.

6. To know the life of Jesus and some of his teachings by valuing his love and sacrifice.

7. To value the family as a place of expression of the love and configuration of the first beliefs, examining various families of the Bible.

8. Use relationship strategies with God to express gratitude, worship, praise, petition, etc.

9. Recognize God's plan for your life through your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual development.

10. Manifest the Christian love to the neighbor through gestures, help, forgiveness, sharing, etc.

11. Express and share your biblical knowledge in situations of the daily life in which you participate.


Block 1. The Creation.

1.1 Discovery of the natural world as God's Creation.

1.2 Identification of elements included in the Biblical account of Creation.

1.3 Differentiation between what was created and what man did.

1.4 Enumeration of actions that help care for your natural environment.

1.5 Valuation of the dignity of the human being to be created in the image and likeness of God. Perception of God's love and care.

Block 2. The Bible.

2.1 Identification of the Bible as the book through which God has spoken and spoken.

2.2 Recognition of the basic structure of the Bible.

2.3 Active listening to Old and New Testament basic accounts.

2.4 Interest and respect for the Bible and its practical teachings for life.

2.5 Curiosity to know what the Bible teaches about Jesus.

2.6 Identification of key Bible characters, especially boys and girls.

2.7 Memorialization of significant Bible verses.

Block 3. Jesus Christ, a special friend.

3.1 Storytelling about the life of Jesus: birth, life, death and resurrection.

3.2 Knowledge of the manifestations of the love of Jesus towards men.

3.3 Approach to the key teachings of Jesus.

3.4 Identification of Jesus Christ as the love of God incarnate.

Block 4. The family.

4.1 Expression and communication of family experiences: reading the Bible, praying, celebrating parties, etc.

4.2 Discovery of biblical standards referred to the family: love, respect, honor, obedience, etc.

4.3 Research on the family of Jesus.

4.4 Identifying your family role: collaborate, help, share.

4.5 Observation of families appearing in the Bible.

Block 5. The People of God and the Church.

5.1 Enumeration of key Old Testament characters.

5.2 Knowledge of basic traits of their people and biographies.

5.3 Identification of places and elements provided by God to relate to Him.

5.4 Approach to the concept of the Church as a family of God.

5.5 Valuation of life in the Church.

5.6 Differentiation of basic elements of worship.

5.7 Sunday Observance as a day dedicated to God.

Block 6. The relationship with God.

6.1 Recognition of God's love, care and fidelity.

6.2 Expression and communication of simple forms of prayer, gratitude, praise and worship.

6.3 Identification of God's personal characteristics: he knows me, sees me, hears me, helps me, etc.

6.4 Assessment of obedience as a response of love to God.

Block 7. The life of the Christian.

7.1 Identification of social groups of coexistence.

7.2 Recognition and assessment of biblical relationship rules: sharing, forgiving, serving, etc.

7.3 Perception of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual development as part of God's plan for his life.

7.4 Acceptance and Adjusted and Positive Valuation of Self.

7.5 Acceptance of the identity and characteristics of others, following the teachings of Jesus: the commandment of love.

7.6 Valuation of everyday factors and practices that favor health and coexistence.

Assessment Criteria

The criteria for evaluation in Child Education are intended to be, for teachers of religion, indicators in the continuous evaluation and at the same time allow them to reorient their own learning. Knowing your students and students and helping them in their growth is the main goal of education. Any assessment made at this stage should be made globally with the comments and information from the other areas of expertise.

1. To show interest in the Bible as a means by which God communicates, to begin his use, to identify the Old and the New Testament, to participate in the active listening of biblical texts, to recognize characters and to develop strategies of memorization of verses.

2. Identify significant Old Testament and New Testament characters, distinguish the values they manifested, investigate how God spoke to them and how they spoke to God and use them as a model of behavior.

3. To recognize the basic elements of ecclesial worship, to value the Church as a family of God and to identify roles that are performed within it, as well as its complementarity.

4. To discriminate situations and actions that are expressions of the fraternal love of others that are not and to value the coexistence of the Church as a family of faith.

5. To differentiate what was created by God from the fact of man from the identification of elements included in the Biblical account of Creation.

6. Show respect for the natural environment, participate in actions related to their care and make proposals for it.

7. Recognize human-specific characteristics that differentiate you from other elements of Creation and value your dignity in any situation.

8. To know actions and moments of the life of Jesus, to identify them in the accounts, to understand basic aspects of their teachings and to apply them to situations in their daily life.

9. Understand the biblical criteria in relation to the family and apply them to concrete situations taken from biblical examples and everyday situations.

10. Recognize different ways of relationship with God (prayer, gratitude, praise, etc.) to associate them with situations of the personal life in which they develop and the elements of God's character that make them possible.

11. Identify traits of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual development, anticipate implications of God's plan for their lives and assume unwanted changes as part of it.

12. To show traits of Christian love to others in different situations both real and simulated through linguistic and non-linguistic expressions, to associate them with biblical norms of relation and to value the personal attitudes that they imply.

13. Participate in collective activities and diverse environments by sharing their biblical knowledge and differentiating it from other religious and cultural elements.