This content will be delivered through standalone PSHE lessons and some elements will be revisited and embedded throughout our school days.
Parents/Carers have the right to withdraw children from any statements/lessons which are highlighted in yellow. If you are considering withdrawing your child or 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 explore the theme of democracy, in relation to our School Council and to our country.
Through this unit, children will consider cultural differences and how these differences can sometimes lead to conflict. They will learn about varying types of bullying, including spreading rumours and name-calling.
Dreams and Goal - Puzzle 3
This unit will be supplemented with a biannual careers event. Children will explore a range of different jobs and will consider their own aspirations. They will find out more about how the skills they are developing today, will be relevant in the workplace.
Through this unit, children will learn about the concepts of basic first aid, for example, dealing with common injuries and how to raise an alarm. They will learn about the media can promote particular body types and that can impose pressure on young people. They will learn about how images in the media aren't always true to life.
I can explain how to stay safe when travelling independently (on foot or by public transport)
I have passed my cycling proficiency test
Relationships - Puzzle 5
Through this unit, children will be developing an awareness of their self-esteem. They will begin to recognise and verbalise their qualities and characteristics. They will learn about online communities and the benefits and risks that can be involved. They will consider the damaging impact of excess screen time and that online gaming can be helpful to relax but it also comes with responsibilities.
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
I understand that some people exploit children for their own benefit
I know how I can keep myself safe from exploitation
Terrorism and Extremism:
I understand what the words terrorism and extremism mean and the differences between them
I understand that people can be vulnerable to being radicalised and how to protect myself from this
Changing Me - Puzzle 6
Through this unit, children will explore body image. They will further understand that sexual intercourse can lead to conception and this how babies are usually made. They will also be made aware that sometimes people need IVF to become pregnant. They will identify things they are looking forward to in their new year group.