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Chyngton Primary School

RSHE

Our whole school overview

 

Term 1:
My Feelings

Term 2:
My Body

Term 3:
My Relationships

Term 4:
My Beliefs

Term 5:
 My Rights and responsibilities

Term 6:
Asking for Help

Additional topics taught throughout the year

EYFS

Recognise feelings.

Knowing the importance of basic hygiene.

Understanding similarities and differences between everyone.

Recognise what they like and dislike.

Understand the concept of privacy.

Identify the special person in their lives.

Basic First: Dealing with minor injuries

Healthy Eating: obesity and tooth decay

Year 1

Communicate feelings.

Name the main parts of the body using scientific terms.

Understand the importance of working collaboratively.

Respect differences and similarities within people.

Understand that diseases can be spread.

Identify the people who look after them.

Basic First Aid: Call to emergency services and identifying risk

Importance of physical education

Year 2

Recognise and celebrate their strengths and set simple goals.

Recognise how they grow and will change as they become older.

Recognise different types of teasing and bullying.

Identify that families are unique.

Judge what kind of physical contact is acceptable, comfortable and uncomfortable.

Know the difference between secrets and surprises and the importance of not keeping a secret that makes them feel uncomfortable, worried or afraid.

Basic First Aid: Call to emergency services and identifying emergency situations

Healthy Eating : What constitutes a healthy diet

 

Year 3

Identify strengths and set aspirational goals. Understand how these contribute to high self-esteem.

Develop knowledge of caring for our body.

 

Recognise a wide range of relationships including the attributes of positive, healthy relationships.

Challenge gender stereotypes.

Understanding the right to protect their body from unwanted touch.

Identify differences between secrets and surprises and know when it is okay to break a confidence and share a secret.

Mental and physical benefits of an active lifestyle

Sun safety

Basic First Aid: Dealing with common injuries

Year 4

Recognise and respond to emotions in themselves and others.

Reflect on how their body has changed and anticipate future body changes.

Judge what kind of physical behaviours and contact are acceptable, unacceptable and ways to respond.

Recognise differences and similarities between people.

Know that marriage is a commitment freely entered into by both people.

Recognise when they may need help to manage a situation.

Healthy Eating: Principles of planning and preparing for a balanced diet

Basic First Aid: Dealing with emergency situations

Year 5

Anticipate how their emotions may change.

Anticipate how their body may change.

 

Identify healthy relationships and recognise the skills to manage and maintain these.

Know the correct terminology associated with gender identity and sexual orientation.

Have strategies for keeping safe online.

Consider how to manage accidental exposure to explicit images or upsetting online content.

The risks associated with inactive lifestyle

Drugs, alcohol and tobacco

Importance of good quality sleep

Basic First Aid: Identifying emergency situations

Year 6

Recognise how images in the media do not reflect reality and the impact of this on our emotions.

Explain what sexual intercourse is and how this leads to reproduction while keeping your body healthy.

Realise the nature and consequences of discrimination.

Know some cultural practices are against British law and human rights (including FGM).

Have an awareness that infections can be shared during sexual intercourse.

Know when, who and how to ask to ask for help

 

Healthy eating: Understanding calories and tooth decay

Drugs, alcohol and tobacco

Basic First Aid: How to give basic first aid in safe situations

*Road safety will be explicitly taught through assemblies, activities in class and during a road safety week