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PSHCE

Learning Outcomes developed from National Curriculum non-statutory programmes of study (1999)

North Yorkshire Promoting PSHE and Citizenship in Primary Schools guidance 2010

 

PSHCE key concepts (National Curriculum):

 

  • Developing confidence, responsibility and making the most of abilities
  • Developing a healthier, safer lifestyle
  • Preparing to plan an active role as citizens
  • Developing good relationships and respecting the difference between people

 

 

PSHCE Themes:

 

  • Personal Development
  • Staying Safe (including DATE and e-safety)
  • Keeping Healthy
  • Relationships (including SRE)
  • Citizenship
  • Finance and the Future

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parents - Bullying

Parents - Drugs

Parents - PSHCEE

Parents - SRE

 

 Long Term Plan

Term

Class

YEAR A

YEAR B

AUTUMN 1

KS1

Personal Development

my ideas and feelings

Personal Development

taking responsibility

KS2

Personal Development

boosting self esteem and valuing others

Personal Development

self confidence and responsible choices

AUTUMN 2

Anti-Bullying week – November

KS1

Staying Safe

physical safety (Link: Road Safety Week – November)

Staying Safe

DATE & e-safety

KS2

Staying Safe

physical safety and risk taking (Link: Road Safety Week – November)

Staying Safe

DATE & e-safety

SPRING 1

KS1

Keeping Healthy

hygiene and disease

Keeping Healthy

healthy eating and physical activity

KS2

Keeping Healthy

hygiene and disease

Keeping Healthy

healthy eating and physical activity

SPRING 2

KS1

Finance and the Future

understanding money

Finance and the Future

how is money used?

KS2

Finance and the Future

managing money

Finance and the Future

thinking about careers

SUMMER 1

 

 

KS1

Citizenship

my role in school (Link: Fair Trade Week – May)  

                            (Link: Local Democracy Week – June)

Citizenship

my environment (Link: Fair Trade Week – May)

KS2

Citizenship

local and national (Link: Fair Trade Week – May)

                             (Link: Local Democracy Week – June)

Citizenship

global (Link: Fair Trade Week – May)

           (Link: Local Democracy Week – June)

SUMMER 2

 

KS1

Relationships

family and friends

Relationships

understanding and co-operating with others

(+anti-bullying)

KS2

Relationships

growing up

(Transition and Y6 puberty input annually)

 

Relationships

building positive relationships

(+anti-bullying)

(Transition and Y6 puberty input annually)

 

 

PSHCE medium term plan: YEAR A - KS1

TERM

Curriculum links

Topic and Learning Outcomes

Suggested resources

Year A

AUTUMN 1

1a-d

2 a,c

 

BOS

5b,c,f,g

Personal Development – my ideas and feelings

  • I can listen to other people.
  • I can recognise and name my feelings
  • I can express my needs and feelings appropriately
  • I can deal with their feelings in a positive way
  • I can recognise and say what I like and dislike
  • I can recognise and say what is fair and unfair, right and wrong
  • I begin to recognise the range of human emotions and some ways to deal with these
  • I understanding the importance of valuing of one’s own body and recognising it’s uniqueness

 

Year A

AUTUMN 2

3g

 

BOS

5d,g

Staying Safe – physical safety

  • I recognise the need for safety rules
  • I know the safety rules in the school, playground and home
  • I know road safety rules (Road Safety Week – November)
  • I know fire safety rules
  • I know water safety rules
  • I use simple skills which will help to maintain my personal safety
  • I know there are people and services who can help us

 

Year A

SPRING 1

3a,c,e

 

BOS

5d

Keeping healthy -  hygiene and disease

  • I can name the main parts of the body
  • I understand the concept of male and female and can name the main characteristics of boys and girls
  • I use appropriate language for body parts (Y2: I know the vocabulary of parts of the body in relation to SRE)
  • I know about the process of growing from young to old
  • I know the importance of personal hygiene - regular washing,
  • bathing, showering
  • I know how to look after my body
  • I know how diseases are spread and how they can be controlled
  • I can make simple choices to improve my health and well-being

 

Year A

SPRING 2

1d,e

2i

 

 

BOS

5g

 

Finance and the Future – understanding money

  • I know that money comes from different sources and can be used for different purposes
  • I know that we have to pay for what we buy
  • I know some of the essentials that have to be paid for
  • I know that there are some things people have to buy and other things that we choose to buy
  • I can explain the difference between needs and wants
  • I understand individuals and families have to find ways to balance wants and needs
  • I understand that it may not be possible to have everything you want, straight away, if at all
  • I can say what I am good at
  • I can set a simple goal

 

Year A

SUMMER 1

1b

2a,b,d,e

 

BOS

5c

Citizenship – my role in school

  • I can take part in agreeing class rules
  • I can express a simple opinion, agreement and disagreement (Local Democracy Week – June)
  • I can ask questions
  • I can take part in discussions/simple debate with others about topical issues (Fair Trade Week – May)
  • I can contribute to the life of the class and the school
  • I know that I belong to different groups and communities ie school, family
  • I know that people have needs and recognize my own responsibility to meet those needs

 

Year A

SUMMER 2

2f

3d

4d

 

 

 

 

Relationships – family and friends

  • I know that there are different types of relationships – family, friends and others
  • I know that family and friends should care for each other
  • I know that individuals have rights over their own bodies, and that there are differences between good and bad touching
  • I know that people can do different things according to age and development and that people grow from young to old
  • I recognise that peoples’ needs change with age
  • I can identify positive ways to face new challenges and be prepared for transition into my new class or key phase
 

 

PSHCE medium term plan: YEAR B - KS1

TERM

Curriculum links

Topic and Learning Outcomes

Resources

Year B

AUTUMN 1

1b,d

2 d,h

4a

 

BOS

5a,c,f

Personal Development – taking responsibility

  • I can agree and follow rules for my group and classroom
  • I can recognise that my behaviour affects others
  • I can say how I can learn from my experiences
  • I can act independently and take responsibility for my actions
  • I play a full part in the life of my classroom

 

Year B

AUTUMN 2

3f

Staying Safe – DATE & e-safety

  • I understand that all drugs can be harmful if not used properly
  • I know simple rules about medicines and other substances used in the home, including solvents
  • I begin to recognise the media’s role in presenting information about medicines, alcohol and smoking
  •  I know that not everything on the internet is true
  • I know the difference between communicating using email and online in a discussion forum
  • I know what to do if I find something inappropriate online
  • I can demonstrate an understanding of E-safety when communicating online

 

Year B

SPRING 1

3a,b

 

BOS

5d

Keeping healthy -  healthy eating and physical activity

  • I understand what makes a healthy diet
  • I know how to look after my body
  • I understand why exercise is important
  • I can describe what happens to my body when I exercise

 

Year B

SPRING 2

BOS

5d,g

Finance and the Future – how is money used?

  • I begin to understand the real cost of things
  • I begin to understand that money is a finite resource and needs to be managed
  • I know that we can pay for things in a range of ways
  • I can choose a way to pay and consider how the choice might affect  me
  • I know different ways that money can be looked after
  • I am able to keep simple financial records
  • I understand that even when not using cash money is being used
  • I know that “The Lottery”, “Scratch cards” etc are gambling
  • I understand that the choices we make affect ourselves and others

 

Year B

SUMMER 1

2e,g

 

BoS

5a,c,g

Citizenship – my environment

  • I know what can be harmful to the environment
  • I know what improves the local environment
  • I know some ways to look after my environment
  • I know that other living things have needs and recognize my own responsibility to meet those needs
  • I know what is meant by human rights (Fair Trade Week – May)

 

Year B

SUMMER 2

4b,c,e

 

BOS

5c,f

 

Relationships – understanding and co-operating with others (+anti-bullying)

  • I can listen to other people and play or work co-operatively
  • I can identify and respect similarities and differences between people
  • I know there are differing types of teasing and bullying
  • I know bullying is wrong and how to get help
  • I can identify positive ways to face new challenges and be prepared for transition into my new class or key phase

 

 

 

 

 

 

PSHCE medium term plan: YEAR A - KS2

TERM

Curriculum links

Topic and Learning Outcomes

Resources

Year A

AUTUMN 1

1a,b

 

BoS

5b,g

Personal Development – boosting self esteem and valuing others

  • I feel good about myself and my body
  • I can identify positive things about my own and others’ achievements
  • I can recognise the worth of other people
  • I can see my mistakes, make amends and set personal goals
  • I can deal positively with my feelings and recognise a range of emotions in others
  • I can describe some of the different beliefs and values in society, and demonstrate respect and tolerance towards people different from themselves

 

Year A

AUTUMN 2

3e,f,g

 

BoS

5a,d,g

Staying Safe – physical safety and risk taking  - LKS2

  • I know school rules for health and safety, basic emergency
  • I know basic emergency aid procedures and where to get help
  • I know how to keep myself and others safe when using roads (Road Safety Week – November)
  • I can explain fire safety rules
  • I can identify and explain how to manage the risks in different familiar situations.

 

Staying Safe – physical safety and risk taking – UKS2

  • I can take responsibility for my own behaviour and safety and realise that actions have consequences
  • I know that pressure to behave in an unacceptable or risky way can, come from a variety of sources, including people I know
  • I have some strategies to cope with peer influence and peer pressure and know how to ask for help

Year A

SPRING 1

3b

 

BoS

5a,d

Keeping healthy -  hygiene and disease

  • I understand the importance of keeping clean
  • I know how to keep myself clean
  • I know the importance of taking care of my own body, whilst respecting cultural differences
  • I understand simple, safe routines to prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses

Health for Life

Year A

SPRING 2

1d

2e

3c

4g

 

BoS

5g,h

 

 Finance and the Future – managing money LKS2

  • I can appreciate the real cost of some items and commodities
  • I can make choices about how money should be spent
  • I am able to make comparisons between prices when deciding what is the best ‘value for money’
  • I know that it is possible to keep money safe by putting it into an ‘account’ in the bank, building society
  • I understand how and why people save

Financial Capability Entitlement Document

 

Finance and the Future – managing money UKS2

  • I know a range of different ways to pay for things, and understand how to use cheques, credit and debit cards etc
  • I know some methods of payment may involve debt or credit (‘borrowing’)
  • I know that if you ‘borrow’ you have to pay back more (Muslim Sharia tradition is different)
  • I can differentiate between manageable and unmanageable debt
  • I know that there are people who can help me manage my money
  • I can manage a more complex budget over time

Year A

SUMMER 1

1a

2a,b,g,h

4b

 

BoS

5c

Citizenship – local and national

  • I know about the basic institutions that support democracy locally and nationally (Local Democracy Week – June)
  • I know why and how rules and laws are made and enforced
  • I know that circumstances in other countries and cultures may be different from our own
  • I can investigate a community issue and take action about it
  • I can research, discuss and debate topical issues, problems and events (Fair Trade Week – May)

QCA Units

Health for Life

Year A

SUMMER 2

1d

2e

3c

4g

 

BoS

5g,h

 

1a,f

2j

 

BoS

5d,g,h

Relationships – growing up LKS2

  • I can name and explain male and female body parts, relating to SRE
  • I understand that my body and emotions will change as I grow older
  • I can recognize pressure to behave in a risky way
  • I recognise different risks in different situations and then decide how to behave responsibly, including judging what kind of physical contact is acceptable or unacceptable
  • I know that relationships change over time (links to SEAL)
  • I can identify positive ways to face new challenges and be prepared for transition into my new class or key phase.

SRE Scheme of Learning

SEAL

QCA SRE Units

Health for Life

 

 Relationships – growing up UKS2

  • I know the ways in which boys and girls grow and develop in puberty physically
  • I recognise, as I approach puberty, how to deal with my feelings towards myself, my family and others in a positive way
  • I recognise different risks in different situations and then decide how to behave responsibly, including judging what kind of physical contact is acceptable or unacceptable
  • I know where individuals, families and groups can get help and support
  • I know that there are different forms of relationships (links to SEAL)
  • I can identify positive ways to face new challenges and be prepared for transition into my new class or key phase.

 

 

PSHCE medium term plan: YEAR B - KS2

TERM

Curriculum links

Topic and Learning Outcomes

Resources

Year B

AUTUMN 1

1a,b,c

2d

 

BoS

5a,i

Personal Development – self confidence and responsible choices

  • I can identify positive things about myself and my achievements
  • I can set personal goals
  • I can express my views confidently, when communicating with my peers and adults
  • I can empathise with other people and situations through topical issues, problems and events
  • I understand different responsibilities and duties at home, school, and in the community
  • I can make responsible choices and take action
  • I can identify positive ways to face new challenges and be prepared for challenges ahead

SEAL

Year B

AUTUMN 2

3d,e

 

BoS

5a,d,g

Staying Safe – DATE  LKS2

Medicines and tobacco education

  • I know school rules relating to medicines
  • I know that pressure to behave in an unacceptable or risky way can come from a variety of sources, including people I know
  • I know how to ask for help and have a range of strategies to resist pressure and distinguish between positive and negative influences

I can make decisions and show assertiveness in situations relating to drug use

Health for Life

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

QCA Units

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E-safety scheme of learning

 

 

 

 

E-safety scheme of learning

Staying Safe – DATE UKS2

Alcohol, solvents & illegal drug education

  • I can list the commonly available substances and drugs that are legal and illegal and describe some of the effects and risks
  • I can identify a range of risks connected to drug situations
  • I know the dangers from handling discarded syringes and needles
  • I know how to ask for help and have a range of strategies to resist pressure and distinguish between positive and negative influences
  • I can make decisions and show assertiveness in situations relating to drug use

 

 

 

Staying safe - E Safety  LKS2

  • I know that not everything on the internet is true and know what to do if I access something inappropriate
  • I understand the need to keep some information private in order to protect myself when communicating online

 

Staying safe - E Safety  LKS2

REVISIT ABOVE +

  • I begin to recognise how electronic communications may be used for manipulation or persuasion
  • I understand the issues of plagiarism, copyright and data protection in relation to my work
  • I can evaluate my use of technology including the use of email, social networking, online gaming, and mobile phones and how I present myself online

 

Year B

SPRING 1

2k

3a

4g

 

BoS

5d,h

Keeping healthy -  healthy eating and physical activity  LKS2

  • I know what makes a healthy lifestyle- the benefits of exercise and healthy eating
  • I can make informed choices about healthy eating and exercising
  • I can manage my time to include regular exercise

Health for Life

Keeping healthy – emotional well-being   UKS2

  • I can identify some factors that affect emotional health and wellbeing e.g. relationships with family and friends, stress levels, physical activity, diet, self-image,
  • I understand that the media can have an effect on Emotional Health and Wellbeing, e.g. eating disorders, managing finances etc
  • I know where individuals, families and groups can get help and support

 

Year B

SPRING 2

 

1a,e

4e

 

BoS

5e,h

 

 

Finance and the Future – thinking about careers LKS2

  • I can identify my strengths and achievements
  • I can explain how I will develop skills for work in the future
  • I know how to find information about careers
  • I recognise the range of jobs carried out by people I know
  • I can talk to adults about their jobs

Careers guidance materials

 

Finance and the Future – thinking about careers UKS2

  • I can distinguish between stereotypical images of work roles
  • I can investigate job vacancy adverts in newspapers/I know that there are a range of earnings for different jobs
  • I know what is deducted from earnings and why
  • I am beginning to understand pensions and insurance

Year B

SUMMER 1

1a

2a,e,i,j

4b,e,f

Citizenship – global

  • I appreciate the range of national, regional, religious and ethnic identities in the United Kingdom
  • I can describe some of the different beliefs and values in society and demonstrate respect and tolerance towards people who are different from myself
  • I can recognise and challenge stereotypes
  • I know about Fair Trade and what it means (Fair Trade Week – May)
  • I understand that choices we make as individuals, a community and a nation impact internationally
  • I know that circumstances in other countries and cultures may be different from our own (Local Democracy Week – June)
  • I am beginning to understand that ‘poverty’ might have different meanings to different people in different circumstances

Global Seal

QCA UNITS

Year B

SUMMER 2

2c,f

4a,c,d,f

 

BoS

5a,f

 

Relationships – building positive relationships (+anti-bullying)

  • I know how my actions affect myself and others
  • I care about other people’s feelings and try to see things from their point of view
  • I can identify different types of relationships and show ways to maintain good relationships
  • I understand that relationships may change over time
  • I can find strategies to resolve conflicts
  • I can recognize what bullying behaviour is and where I can get help
  • I realise the consequences of anti-social and aggressive behaviours, such as bullying, cyber-bullying and racism on individuals and communities
  • I can begin to respond to, or challenge, negative behaviours such as stereotyping and aggression
  • I can identify positive ways to face new challenges and be prepared for transition into my new class or key phase.

SEAL

Health for Life

SRE Scheme of learning

 

UKS2 as above plus revisit

  • I know the ways in which boys and girls grow and develop in puberty physically
  • I recognise, as I approach puberty, how to deal with my feelings towards myself, my family and others in a positive way

 

 

PSHCE Assessment Grid – Key Stage 1

Developed from learning outcomes and end of key stage statements

Personal Development

Staying Safe (DATE and e-safety)

Keeping Healthy

Relationships (including SRE)

Citizenship

Finance and the Future

  • Identify some feelings
  • Express some positive qualities
  • Demonstrate they can manage feelings in a positive way
  • Share views and opinions
  • Set themselves goals
  • Discuss and follow rules
  • Describe how to keep safe in familiar situations
  • Name people who help us keep safe
  • Talk about harmful aspects of household substances and medicines
  • Describe some ways to keep safe online
  • Know what keeps them healthy
  • Make simple choices about health
  • Explain how to keep clean
  • Name main parts of the body
  • Describe how people grow from young to old
  • Know bullying is wrong
  • List some ways to help deal with bullying
  • Recognise the effect of their behaviour on others
  • Co-operate with others
  • Identify similarities and differences between people
  • Explain why families and friends should care for each other
   

 

  • Ask questions and express agreement or disagreement
  • Express an opinion about topical issues
  • Take on class responsibilities
  • Contribute to the life of the school
  • Know what helps and harms the local environment
  • Explain why we should look after living things
  • Know how to look after living things
  • Know what human rights means

 

  • Understand that we need money to buy things
  • Know the real cost of some things
  • Know where people can get money
  • Undertand there are different ways to pay for things
  • Discuss choices about buying
  • Understand the difference between needs and wants
  • Discuss changes in the future

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PSHCE Assessment Grid – Key Stage 2

Developed from learning outcomes and end of key stage statements

Personal Development

 

Staying Safe (DATE and e-safety)

Keeping Healthy

 

Relationships (including SRE)

 

Citizenship

 

Finance and the Future

 

  • Listen to and respect the views of others
  • Identify personal strengths and achievements
  • Recognise the worth of others
  • Identify and handle feelings positively
  • Explain that their actions have consequences for others
  • Take on responsibilities at school and home
  • Describe different beliefs and values in society
  • Show tolerance towards those different from themselves
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  • Explain risks and safety rules in familiar situations
  • Describe what to do in an emergency
  • List legal and illegal substances and describe affects and risks
  • Know to keep personal information private online
  • Explore their use of the internet (reliability, plagiarism, copyright)
  • Understand e-communication can be used for manipulation or persuasion
  • Recognise peer pressure and suggest ways to cope with it
  • Know where to go to find help
  • Explain features of a healthy lifestyle
  • Describe how to keep clean and avoid spread of diseases
  • Make choices to adopt a healthy lifestyle
  • Identify aspects that affect emotional and mental wellbeing
  • Can discuss the effect of the media on people’s  wellbeing
  • Describe bullying and its consequences
  • Identify different types of relationship
  • Show ways to maintain good relationships
  • Understand and challenge negative and aggressive behaviours
  • Understand and challenge stereotyping
  • Name male and female body parts
  • Discuss physical and emotional changes at puberty
  • Identify risky behaviour
  • Understand the influence of peer pressure and suggest ways to resist it
  • Know where to go to find information and help
  • Understand democracy
  • Know how and why laws and made
  • Explore circumstances in other countries
  • Investigate a community issue
  • Discuss and debate topical issues
  • Appreciate the range of ethnic identities in the UK
  • Show tolerance towards others and challenge stereotyping
  • Understand Human Rights
  • Know what Fair Trade means
     

 

 

  • Know the real cost of common commodities
  • Understand different ways to pay for things
  • Understand debit, credit and borrowing
  • Know how and why to save money
  • Make informed choices about spending
  • Identify positive ways to face new challenges
  • Explore how to develop skills for the future
  • Discuss a range of jobs
  • Investigate the range of earning and understand deductions

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