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PSHE

Intent 

 

At Morven Park Primary School we see Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) as being at the centre of all that we do. Through our curriculum, our school environment and our school ethos, our intent is to promote pupils’ self-esteem and emotional well-being and help them to form and maintain worthwhile and satisfying relationships, based on respect for themselves and for others, at home, at school, at work and in the community. As a result of this they will become healthy, independent and responsible members of a society who understand how they are developing personally and socially, and give them confidence to tackle many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. We provide our children with opportunities for them to learn about rights and responsibilities and appreciate what it means to be a member of a diverse society. Our children are encouraged to develop their sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community. 

 

Implementation 

 

The PSHE curriculum has 3 core themes: Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the Wider World. It also incorporates the RSE policy and identifies links to British Values, Cultural Capital and SMSC into the curriculum. PSHE will be lived throughout school, not just taught. All subjects make a link to PSHE, British Values, SMSC and the language is used consistently by all staff in school. Displays throughout school will reinforce these core themes and key values and encourage children to make links with the curriculum. Whole school, Key Stage and class assemblies always make a link to PSHE, British Values and SMSC and current local and global issues. 

 

Impact 

 

Children will know more and remember more about PSHE and be able to draw upon their lessons and assemblies when dealing with difficult situations and decisions in life. Children will recognise and apply the British Values of Democracy, Tolerance, Mutual respect and Rule of Law. Children will demonstrate a healthy outlook towards school and behaviour will be good.  

Year 

Autumn 1 

Autumn 2 

Spring 1 

Spring 2 

Summer 1 

Summer 2 

Core Theme 

Living in the Wider World 

Relationships 

Health and Well Being 

Relationships 

Health and Well Being 

Living in the Wider World 

Rights and responsibilities: 

Contributing to life in the classroom; constructing and following rules; awareness of needs of people and other living things; belonging to communities and groups. 

 

Feelings and Emotions: 

Recognise feelings in self; special people; behaviour and how peoples bodies and feelings can be hurt. 

Valuing differences: 

Attributes: kindness/fairness; sharing and respecting opinions; recognising and respecting similarities and differences. 

Healthy Lifestyles: 

Keeping our bodies healthy; likes/dislikes and choices; recognising and managing different feelings; personal hygiene. 

Healthy Relationships: 

Working together and boundaries; resolving conflict; teasing and bullying 

Growing and Changing: 

Change, loss and getting older; names of main body parts (including external genitalia); personal identity; likes; choices; strengths. 

 

Keeping Safe: 

What goes into our bodies; rules for keeping physically and emotionally safe; personal identity; family networks; people who are responsible for keeping us safe. 

Taking Care of the Environment: improvements and harm to local environment; ways of looking after local environments. 

 

Money Matters: sources of money; spending and saving; role of money in their lives; managing money and keeping it safe; choices about spending; influences on spending choices. 

Rights and responsibilities: 

Contributing to life in the classroom; constructing and following rules; awareness of needs of people and other living things; belonging to communities and groups. 

 

Feelings and Emotions: 

Recognise feelings in self; special people; behaviour and how peoples bodies and feelings can be hurt. 

 

Valuing differences: 

Attributes: kindness/fairness; sharing and respecting opinions; recognising and respecting similarities and differences. 

Healthy Lifestyles: 

Keeping our bodies healthy; likes/dislikes and choices; recognising and managing different feelings; personal hygiene. 

Healthy Relationships: 

Working together and boundaries; resolving conflict; teasing and bullying; importance of not keeping secrets/only surprises 

Growing and Changing: 

Change, loss and getting older; names of main body parts (including external genitalia); personal identity; likes; choices; strengths. 

 

Keeping Safe: 

What goes into our bodies; rules for keeping physically and emotionally safe; personal identity; family networks; people who are responsible for keeping us safe. 

Taking Care of the Environment: improvements and harm to local environment; ways of looking after local environments. 

 

Money Matters: sources of money; spending and saving; role of money in their lives; managing money and keeping it safe; choices about spending; influences on spending choices. 

Rights and responsibilities: purpose of rules and laws; human rights; different cultures, customs and traditions of people living in the UK; anti-social behaviours and their consequences; difference between rights and responsibilities; resolving differences. 

Feelings and emotions: recognising and managing different feelings; keeping something confidential or secret. 

 

Valuing difference: 

Recognising stereotypes; different types of relationships; respecting similarities and differences; bullying and discrimination; respecting others’ feelings and opinions. 

Healthy Lifestyles: 

Making informed choices; balanced diet; hygiene 

Healthy Relationships: 

Recognising aspects of a healthy relationship; physical boundaries with different relationships; working together; behaviour; resolving conflict. 

Growing and Changing: 

Aspirations and goals; recognising and managing feelings; change, loss and grief 

 

Keeping Safe: Risk, danger and hazard; pressures on behaviour; rules for safety and how to get help; feeling physically and emotionally safe on and offline; responsibilities for keeping ourselves and others safe 

Taking care of the environment: our responsibilities towards our environment; being part of a community; different groups that support our communities and environment; the lives of other people around the world; how resourced are allocated to communities 

 

Money Matters: the role that money plays in their lives; borrowing, debt and interest; enterprise 

Rights and responsibilities: purpose of rules and laws; human rights; different cultures, customs and traditions of people living in the UK; anti-social behaviours and their consequences; difference between rights and responsibilities; resolving differences. 

Feelings and emotions: recognising and managing different feelings; keeping something confidential or secret. 

 

Valuing difference: 

Recognising stereotypes; different types of relationships; respecting similarities and differences; bullying and discrimination; respecting others’ feelings and opinions. 

Healthy Lifestyles: 

Making informed choices; balanced diet; hygiene 

Healthy Relationships: 

Recognising aspects of a healthy relationship; physical boundaries with different relationships; working together; behaviour; resolving conflict. 

Growing and Changing: 

Aspirations and goals; recognising and managing feelings; change, loss and grief 

 

Keeping Safe: Risk, danger and hazard; pressures on behaviour; rules for safety and how to get help; feeling physically and emotionally safe on and offline; responsibilities for keeping ourselves and others safe 

Taking care of the environment: our responsibilities towards our environment; being part of a community; different groups that support our communities and environment; the lives of other people around the world; how resourced are allocated to communities 

 

Money Matters: the role that money plays in their lives; borrowing, debt and interest; enterprise 

Rights and responsibilities: topical issues concerning health and wellbeing; rules and laws; the precedence of human rights over other laws, practices and traditions; consequences of anti-social behaviours; rights, responsibilities and duties; the range of religious and ethnic identities in the UK; how the media present information 

Feelings and emotions: 

Recognising and responding to others’ feelings; keeping a confidence or a secret; recognising a managing dares. 

 

Valuing difference: 

Challenging stereotypes; different types of relationships; maintaining relationships; respecting similarities and differences; bullying, discrimination and prejudice 

Healthy Lifestyles: 

What influences our choices about health and well-being. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy Relationships: 

Understanding what constitutes a healthy relationship; how actions and behaviour can affect relationships; boundaries within relationships; working collaboratively 

 

Growing and Changing Physical Changes: 

Feelings and changes associated with puberty, including body image; human reproduction and conception. 

Growing and Changing: aspirations, goals and feeling valued; intensity of our and others’ feelings; conflicting emotions; change: bereavement, loss, grief and transitions 

 

Keeping Safe: keeping physically and emotionally safe on and offline; risk assessment and management; independence and responsibility; pressure on behaviour; peer and media; managing emergencies; habits: alcohol, tobacco and drugs 

Taking care of the environment: responsibilities towards and how people contribute to communities and the environment; the lives of people living in other places; how the Earth’s resources are allocated; resolving differences 

 

Money Matters: finance; earning money and deductions; enterprise 

Rights and responsibilities: topical issues concerning health and wellbeing; rules and laws; the precedence of human rights over other laws, practices and traditions; consequences of anti-social behaviours; rights, responsibilities and duties; the range of religious and ethnic identities in the UK; how the media present information 

Feelings and emotions: 

Recognising and responding to others’ feelings; keeping a confidence or a secret; recognising a managing dares. 

 

Valuing difference: 

Challenging stereotypes; different types of relationships; maintaining relationships; respecting similarities and differences; bullying, discrimination and prejudice 

Healthy Lifestyles: 

What influences our choices about health and well-being. 

 

Healthy Relationships: 

Understanding what constitutes a healthy relationship; how actions and behaviour can affect relationships; boundaries within relationships; 

 

Growing and Changing Physical Changes: 

Feelings and changes associated with puberty, including body image; human reproduction and conception. 

Growing and Changing: aspirations, goals and feeling valued; intensity of our and others’ feelings; conflicting emotions; change: bereavement, loss, grief and transitions 

 

Keeping Safe: keeping physically and emotionally safe on and offline; risk assessment and management; independence and responsibility; pressure on behaviour; peer and media; managing emergencies; habits: alcohol, tobacco and drugs 

Taking care of the environment: responsibilities towards and how people contribute to communities and the environment; the lives of people living in other places; how the Earth’s resources are allocated; resolving differences 

 

Money Matters: finance; earning money and deductions; enterprise 

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