This content will be delivered through standalone PSHE lessons and will be revisited and embedded throughout our school days. If you have any concerns regarding the content of our curriculum, please contact Miss Wilson (Assistant Head/Curriculum Lead).
We will always inform parents/carers 2 weeks prior to beginning lessons about puberty/sex education. We will also send a reminder the day before.
Through this unit, children will consider the importance of different roles within our school community and the responsibilities that each role brings. Learning about democracy will be supported with reference to our School Council. Children will be encouraged to be empathetic, considering how their actions can impact on others.
Through this unit, children will consider how we sometimes make assumptions based on age, gender and appearance and how these assumptions can be incorrect. They will revisit learning about what to do if they experience or witness bullying.
Through this unit, children will consider and share their hopes and dreams. They will consider their role in completing a group challenge.
Through this unit, children will consider friendship groups, how they are formed and what makes them fit in. They will consider how they can be strong in their own sense of what is right and wrong.
I will revisit my learning about how drugs can be helpful and harmful
Through this unit, children will consider different emotions that may arise within their relationships, including jealousy. They will talk about having having a boyfriend or girlfriend when they are older. They will consider how they can show appreciation for people who are special to them.
Through this unit, children will begin to understand that some of their characteristics come from their birth parents and this happens because they are made from the joining of an egg and sperm. They will revisit naming body parts, using scientific terminology. Children will identify some things they are looking forward to as they move to their new year group.
I will revisit my learning about how violence at home, in school and in the wider community is unacceptable and I can tell you what I should do if I witness violence