St Jude's CoE Primary

 

PHSCE

PSHCE and SRE Curriculum Overview 2019/2020

 

British Values

Democracy

Rule of Law

Individual Liberty

Mutual Respect

Tolerance

 

 

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

PSHCE

 

1 and 2

Respect

 Self Control

Friendship, kindness and empathy

Rights and Responsibilities

Honesty and Trust

Tolerance and courage

SRE

Year 1:

The Body

Family

Year 2:

The Body

Similarities and Differences (Male and Female)

Family

D&A

Year1:

Staying Healthy (including household substances)

Medicines

Who Gives us medicine?

Year 2:

Risk of Household Substances
Safety Rules

PSHCE

3 and 4

Respect

Self Control

Friendship, kindness and empathy

Rights and Responsibilities

Honesty and Trust

Tolerance and courage

SRE

Year 3:

The Body

Similarities and Difference (Male and Female)

Family

Safety

Year 4:
The Body and Puberty

Similarities and Differences (Male and Female)

Family

 

D&A

Year 3:

Why people smoke

Physical Effects of smoking

Smoking in society

Year 4:

Effects of alcohol

Alcohol and risk

Limits to drinking alcohol

PSHCE

5 and 6

Respect

Self Control

Friendship, kindness and empathy.

Rights and Responsibilities

Honesty and Trust

Tolerance and Courage

SRE

Year 5:

The Body and Puberty

Similarities and Differences (Male and Female)

Relationships

Family

Year 6:

The Body and Puberty

Similarities and Differences: Male and Female

Relationships and Reproduction

Family

D & A

Year 5:

Legal and Illegal Drugs

Attitudes to Drugs

Peer Pressure

Year 6:

Cannabis

VSA and getting help

Help, advice and support

 

 

PSHCE Year 1 and 2

 

Value

Learning Outcomes

British Values Link

Respect

I can identify courteous behaviour. 

I know why it is important to be courteous.

I know what respect is and ways of showing it.

I can treat others with respect and be well-mannered.

I understand the need to respect other people’s points of view.

-Rule of Law

Self Control

I know when I’m feeling angry.

I know what my body feels like when I’m feeling angry.

I know that I can become carried away with my feelings of anger.

I know strategies for calming down.

-Individual Liberty

Friendship, kindness and empathy

I can explain what being a good friend means.

I know how to make up with a friend when we have fallen out.

I can sort out problems so that both people feel good.

I can tell you how I feel when I lose someone or something I care about.

I understand that being unkind and hurting someone doesn’t make me feel better.

I can make myself feel better without hurting others.

I know that people don’t always see things in the same way.

I can see things from other people’s point of view.

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

 

Rights and responsibilities

I know how to make the classroom and school a safe and fair place for everyone.

I know why it is not acceptable for others to make school unsafe or unfair.

I can help to make the classroom a safe and fair place.

I can keep myself safe online.

I can help to make my class a good place to learn.

I know my rights as a child.

-Democracy

 

Honesty and Trust

I know what trust means.

I know who it is appropriate to trust.

I know what it means to be truthful.

I can explain why being honest is the best way forward.

I can identify when it is appropriate to keep secrets.

I know how to make a situation better when I have told a lie.

I understand the difference between secrets and surprises.

-Individual Liberty

-Mutual Respect

Tolerance and Courage

I feel good about my strengths.

I know how I am the same as and different from others.

I understand that people are different from me.

I know why difference is a good thing.

I know what acceptance means.

-Individual Liberty

-Mutual Respect

Anti Bullying

 

What is bullying?

What can we do about bullying?

What does it mean to be a bystander?

Who do I turn to when I see bullying?

How can I help someone who is being bullied?

What are different types of bullying?

What happens if I bully someone?

 

SRE Year 1

 

The Body

To identify similarities and differences between themselves and members of the opposite gender.

To understand that some people have fixed ideas about these.

To recognise the proper names of body parts.

To understand why it is important to keep clean.

To understand how to look after particular parts of the body.

I understand how diseases spread.

I can explain how people keep their bodies healthy.

To understand how things change as they grow.

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

Family

To understand that there are different types of families.

To be able to describe their family and understand why families are special.

To identify different ways that families care for each other.

To identify special people in their lives and explain what makes them special.

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

-Tolerance

SRE Year 2

 

The Body

To describe differences between male and female bodies and name the parts.

To understand the importance of keeping clean.

To understand how to keep the body healthy by eating the right food.

-Individual Liberty

Similarities and Difference: Male and Female (Challenging Stereotypes)

To understand and respect differences and similarities between boys and girls and understand that this is part of the life cycle.

To describe ways in which boys and girls can be different, including challenging stereotypes.

To understand some differences between male and female animals.

To understand that making new life needs a male and a female.

-Tolerance

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

Family

To be able to describe their family and understand why families are special.

To understand that there are different types of faimilies.

To challenge stereotypes about families.

To understand babies and birth.

To understand how people’s needs change as they grow up.

-Individual Liberty

-Mutual Respect

-Tolerance

 

 

 

PSHCE Year 3 and 4

 

Value

Learning Outcomes

British Values Link

Respect

I can identify courteous behaviour in myself and others.

I know how and why to be well-mannered and show respect. 

I know how to show respect in person and online.

I can identify situations in which it is important to treat others with respect.

I recognise how rudeness makes me and others feel.

- Rule of Law

- Individual Liberty

Self Control

I know what my triggers for anger are.

I know and understand how my body changes when I become angry or upset.

I know some ways to calm down when I am feeling angry

- Individual Liberty

Friendship, kindness and empathy

I know how to be a good listener and take turns. 

I know how to show friendship.

I know how to see something from another person’s point of view.

I can calmly resolve problems.

I can explain what a ‘win-win’ situation is and how to achieve it.

I know how to make others feel appreciated.

I understand how to be kind to others.

I can tell you how I can make someone who is important to me happy

I know how to see things from other people’s point of view.

I can use my ability to see things from other people’s points of view to end a conflict.

I can tell if other people are sad or scared and know how to make them feel better.

- Democracy

- Individual Liberty

Rights and Responsibilities

I understand my rights and responsibilities in the school.

I understand my rights and responsibilities in the world.

I understand that we have different rules in different places and what the rules are for school.

I know how to make a good choice.

I can keep myself safe online.

I understand when it is appropriate to share personal information.

I can take responsibility for what I choose to do.

I can tell when something is my fault and when something is not my fault.

- Democracy

- Rule of Law

Honesty and Trust

I can explain the importance of honesty.

I know how to make a situation better when I have told a lie.

I can express feelings of guilt.

I can say when I might feel guilty.

I know when I will feel guilty and use this when I make a choice.

I can explore what it means to keep something confidential or secret.

I understand when it might be acceptable to break confidence or share a secret.

-Mutual Respect

Tolerance and Courage

I know what acceptance means.

I accept myself for whom and what I am.

I understand how I am different from others.

I understand that other people are different from me.

I know why difference is a good thing.

I recognise how difference might be useful in teamwork.

I understand the importance of accepting others.

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

-Tolerance

Anti Bullying

 

What is bullying?

What can we do about bullying?

What does it mean to be a bystander?

Who do I turn to when I see bullying?

How can I help someone who is being bullied?

What are different types of bullying?

What happens if I bully someone?

 

SRE Year 3

 

The Body

To recognise differences between males and females including body parts.

To name internal and external body parts using the correct terminology.

To understand the human life cycle and how the body changes.

To describe the main stages of the human life cycle.

To describe body changes that happen when a child grows up.

-Individual Liberty

Similarities and Differences
Male and Female (Challenging Stereotypes):

To be able to recognise and challenge gender stereotypes.

To understand that males and females can do the same tasks and do the same things.

To understand that there are different stereotypes about what males and females can do (jobs, hobbies, friends, etc.).

- Mutual Respect

-Tolerance

Family

To recognise that families are different and to challenge stereotypes about families.

To understand civil partnerships and marriage to be examples of stable and loving committed relationships.

-Mutual Respect

Safety

To be able to use basic techniques to resist pressure.

To keep myself and others safe online.

To be able to identify potential dangers in different environments.

To recognise that pressure to behave in a dangerous or risky way can come from a variety of sources, including the media and friends.

To understand who they can go to for support and help.

To understand what bacteria and viruses affect health and how to keep my body safe.

-Individual Liberty

 

SRE Year 4

 

The Body and Puberty

To identify some basic facts about puberty, reproduction and pregnancy.

To understand how the body changes during puberty, including menstruation, and why.

To understand that each person experiences puberty differently and at different ages. To identify some basic facts about pregnancy.

To explore the impact of puberty on the body and the impact on physical hygiene.

To understand how emotions change during puberty and understand how to seek help and support.

-Individual Liberty

-Mutual Respect

Similarities and Differences: Male and Female (Challenging Stereotypes)

To be able to recognise and challenge gender stereotypes.

To understand that males and females can do the same tasks and do the same things.

-Individual Liberty

-Mutual Respect

Family

To recognise that families are different and to challenge stereotypes about families.

-Mutual Respect

-Tolerance

 

 

PSHCE Year 5 and 6

 

Value

Learning Outcomes

British Values Link

Respect

I know how to be well-mannered and why it is important. 

I can identify situations in which it is important to treat others with respect. 

I can respect myself and others online.

I can identify courteous behaviour in myself and others across a range of contexts. 

I know how the language I use shows respect or disrespect.

I recognise how rudeness makes me and others feel.

I know how to make amends when my behaviour has not been respectful.

-Rule of Law

-Individual Liberty

Self Control

I know what my triggers for anger are.

I know what happens when I get angry.

I know strategies to calm myself down when I am angry.

I can identify the short and long term effects of poor choices made when I am feeling angry.

I know how my behaviour is linked to my thoughts and feelings.

I can stop and try to get an accurate picture before I react.

I can behave in an assertive way using appropriate body language and tone of voice.

I can identify how being patient or impatient affects others and situations.

-Individual Liberty

 

Friendship, kindness and empathy.

I understand how close I am to people and how this affects my behaviour.

I can respect the boundaries of a friendship and not demand more.

I understand when breaking friendship might be the best thing to do.

I can say and do things that are likely to make a difficult situation better.

I can use my skills for problem-solving to help other people resolve conflict.

I can identify actions that normally make things worse in a conflict situation.

I know that in a conflict situation it is important to focus on behaviour, not the person.

I understand how and when to forgive someone.

-Democracy

-Rules of Law

Rights and Responsibilities

I know that I am responsible for the choices I make and how I behave, even when angry. 

I can keep myself safe online.

I understand my rights and responsibilities in the school.

I understand the need for rules in society and why we need rules in school.

If I don’t agree with something in school, I know how to change it.

I understand basic human rights that I am entitled to.

I understand that some cultural practices are against British Law and universal human rights (e.g. FGM).

-Democracy

-Rules of Law

Honesty and Trust

I know what trust means and ways of showing trust.

I know who it is appropriate to trust. 

I know that trust is something to be earned.

I know how to show that I am trustworthy.

I know that trust can be broken.

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

Tolerance and Courage

I know that sometimes difference can be a barrier to friendship.

I can recognise stereotyping and prejudice.

I can try to challenge stereotypes and prejudice.

I know what acceptance means.

I accept myself for whom and what I am.

I understand the importance of accepting others.

I know how it can feel to be excluded or treated badly because of being different.

-Tolerance

-Individual Liberty

-Mutual Respect

Anti Bullying

 

What is bullying?

What can we do about bullying?

What does it mean to be a bystander?

Who do I turn to when I see bullying?

How can I help someone who is being bullied?

What are different types of bullying?

What happens if I bully someone?

What are the social consequences of bullying?

Do you think bullying is a serious problem here?

How do you think bullies feel when they demean someone?

Do you think it’s possible to make a bully understand other people’s feelings?

What can we do to stop young people bullying?

What could you do to stop young people bullying?

Do you think you’ve ever bullied someone? What made you stop?

 

SRE Year 5

 

The Body and Puberty

To explore the physical and emotional changes which occur during puberty.

To understand the role that hormones play in this process.

To understand that menstruation and wet dreams are a normal part of growing up.

To understand why girls and women have periods.

To understand how to manage periods and wet dreams.

To understand development from birth.

To understand human reproduction.

-Mutual Respect

Similarities and Differences: Male and Female (Gender Stereotypes)

To understand how our attitudes about gender and sexuality may be affected by factors including age, religion, and culture.

To recognise and challenge gender stereotypes.

To understand the role that the media plays in causing inequality of opportunity.

-Tolerance

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

Relationships

To learn strategies to deal with feelings in the context of relationships.

To identify feelings and understand how they affect behaviour.

To understand that feelings change during puberty and that these changes affect our relationships.

To explain the differences between friendships and intimate relationships.

-Individual Liberty

-Mutual Respect

Family

To recognise that families are different and to challenge stereotypes about families.

-Mutual Respect

SRE Year 6

 

The Body and Puberty

To explore emotional and physical changes which occur during puberty.

To explain how and why the body changes in puberty in preparation for reproduction.

To understand the role that hormones play in this process, including estrogen and testosterone.

To openly discuss puberty and reproduction.

-Individual Liberty

Similarities and Differences: Male and Female (Gender Stereotypes)

To identify physical differences between males and females.

To recognise and challenge gender stereotypes.

-Mutual Respect

-Individual Liberty

-Tolerance

Relationships and Reproduction

To consider reproduction in the context of relationships and explain how babies are made.

To explore the processes of conception and pregnancy, including the use of contraception.

To discuss different types of adult relationships (heterosexual, homosexual).

-Individual Liberty

-Tolerance

Family

To recognise that families are different and to challenge stereotypes about families.

To recognise that both men and women can take on parental roles and responsibilities.

To identify skills or qualities needed to be a parent or carer.

To understand the different needs of babies and children and how these are met by caregivers.

-Individual Liberty

-Tolerance