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Hilltop First School and Foundation Stage

Personal Social Health Education

PSHE is taught in blocks of 3 weeks each half term.  The school curriculum includes statutory aspects or Relationship, Sex Education.  Learning is not recorded in individual pupil exercise books but rather in a shared class memory book often made up of comments or thoughts from the lessons recorded by the class adults or accumulated pictures or thoughts from the whole class.

Key Stage 1 Two year rolling topics:

Year A

Year B

Term 1- Families and Committed Relationships

Term 1- Families and Committed Relationships

Can I tell others about my family?

Can I talk about the different people that make up a family?

Can I talk about similarities and differences in our families?

Do I understand what makes a happy family?

Can I explain why my family is special?

Do I understand that there are different types of families?

 

 

Term 2- Happy and Healthy Friendships

Term 2- Happy and Healthy Friendships

Do I understand what a good friendship is?

Can I demonstrate kindness to others?

Do I understand how to be kind?

Can I describe how my feelings change in different situations?

Can I be a positive friend?

Can I describe how worries make me feel?

 

 

Term 3- Caring and Responsibilities

Term 3- Caring and Responsibilities

Can I talk about a special person?

Can I name people that help us in our communities?

Do I understand how my special person cares for me and keeps me safe?

Session 2-Can I describe what keeps us safe in our school and community?

Do I understand how to keep myself and others safe?

Can I name some communities we belong to?

 

 

Term 4- Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Term 4- Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Can I name the different parts of my body?

Can I describe how different emotions make my body feel?

Can I use the correct words to name private parts of my body?

Can I explain how medicines help us and how to use them safely?

Can I explain how to look after my body?

Can I describe some of the signs when someone is poorly?

 

 

Term 5- Similarities and Differences

Term 5- Similarities and Differences

Can I explain why I am special?

Can I describe the words strength and ability?

Can I explain the word ‘unique?’

Can I explain what a stereotype is?

Can I show or tell people how I feel?

Can I challenge different stereotypes?

 

 

Term 6- Understanding Change

Term 6- Understanding Change

Can I explain how a baby animal changes?

Can I describe a simple human life cycle?

Can I explain how I have changed since I was a baby?

Can I explain that they type of person I am changes over time?

Can I explain how I will change in the future?

Can I set our goals for the future and how to achieve them?

 

Key Stage 2 Two year rolling topics:

 

Term 1- Healthy and Happy Friendships

Term 1- Healthy and Happy Friendships

Can I explain the importance of listening and being listened to?

Can I describe the qualities of a good friendship?

Can I explain the importance of personal boundaries?

Can I describe ways to resolve conflict in friendships?

Can I explain the word resilience?

Can I define the word permission?

 

 

Term 2- Caring and Responsibilities

Term 2- Caring and Responsibilities

Can I explain what being responsible means?

Can I describe some of our rights and why we have them?

Can I explain personal space?

Can I describe some of the rights we have under the UN Convention on Rights of a Child?

Can I describe the responsibilities we have to care for and help others?

Can I identify different roles within families?

 

 

Term 3- Similarities and Differences

Term 3- Similarities and Differences

Can I describe the things that makes us who we are?

Can I explain why stereotypes can be unhelpful and inaccurate?

Can I describe what people in a community share?

Can I explain why someone might be judged?

Can I identify how someone is feeling from their behaviour?

Can I explain my own views and opinions and identify those which are different?

 

 

Term 4- Families and Committed Relationships

Term 4- Families and Committed Relationships

Can I identify characteristics of healthy relationships?

Can I describe appropriate behaviours and boundaries within relationships?

Can I identify changes that happens in families?

Can I identify different groups I belong to and what it means to me?

Can I describe how people might feel when there is a big change?

Can I identify rules and boundaries that families might have and why they are important?

 

 

Term 5- Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Term 5- Healthy Body, Healthy Mind

Can I explain why sleep is important to our health and well-being?

Can I explain the influences on our everyday choices?

Can I explain why it is important to have a healthy diet?

Can I describe a range of healthy choices to keep my mind and body happy?

Can I explain what germs are and what they do to your body?

Can I explain a range of ways to deal with strong feelings?

 

 

Term 6- Understanding Change (yr 3 every year)

Term 6- Understanding Change (yr4 every year)

Can I explain how to deal with changes in positive ways?

Can I discuss the physical changes that happen during puberty?

Can I show ways you can demonstrate empathy?

Can I explain what periods are and why females have them?

Can I describe ways to ask for help and support?

Can I explain the importance of bodily hygiene as we grow and change?

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