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PSHE

At Gilbert Colvin, we aim for every child to have high self-esteem and be equipped to make a valuable contribution in life.

Our PSHE curriculum is delivered through and alongside our values-based curriculum, our work towards Rights Respecting Schools Award, Philosophy for Children (P4C) approach and Sex and Relationship Education (SRE).

Values

Rights Respecting School

As a school we are currently on our journey to completing RRS award level 1. The award campaigns for the protection of children’s rights in order to meet their basic needs and empower them to realise their full potential. We teach children about their rights and responsibilities alongside developing their understanding of the rights of others. This helps improve their self-esteem and well-being, improve relationships and behaviour, engagement in learning. It develops positive attitudes towards diversity in society and the reduction of prejudice, enhanced moral understanding and helps them become more involved in decision-making in schools.

Philosophy for children (P4C)

P4C enables our children to reason more effectively and to discuss issues relating to life and the world in which we live in.

In P4C the teacher facilitates a student-led discussion on a philosophical question. P4C builds higher order thinking, questioning, speaking and listening skills. It creates respect for others, promotes engagement with learning and enhances educational development. We will soon be embarking on a ‘Going for Gold’ scheme so that our school is recognised as a philosophical place of learning

Sex and Relationships Education

Class teachers cover Sex and Relationships Education content for their year group with the aim of ensuring that children understand the boundaries of healthy relationships and the changes in their bodies. Notice is always given prior to SRE being taught.

PGRE Scheme of Work

At Gilbert Colvin we follow the guidance from ‘Teaching SRE with Confidence’ and use their resources to meet the national curriculum requirements.

Reception   Our Lives    EYFS
Scheme of Work

Word Box:

Dress, undress, clean, smelly, flannel, sponge, towel, hands, toothpaste, toothbrush, hairbrush, comb, family, mum, dad, brother, sister, grandma, grandad, stepmum, stepdad.

Early Learning Goals

Prime Areas

Lesson Title Learning Intentions Learning Outcomes

Physical Development:

Health and self-care

Lesson 1

Our Day

To consider the routines and patterns of a typical day. Understand some areas in which the children can look after themselves e.g. dressing and undressing.

Physical Development:

Health and self-care

Lesson 2

Keeping Ourselves Clean

To understand why hygiene is important.

Explain why it is important to keep clean.

Understand some basic hygiene rules.

Personal, Social and Emotional Development:

Making Relationships

Lesson 3

Families

To recognise that all families are different.

Identify different members of the family.

Understand how members of a family can help each other.

Year 1 Growing and Caring for Ourselves    Key Stage 1
Scheme of Work

Word Box:

Clean, similar, different, family, boy, girl, male, female, private parts, penis, vagina.
PSHE Programme of Study Lesson Title Learning Intentions Learning Outcomes

Core Theme 1: Health and Wellbeing

  • the importance of and how to maintain personal hygiene
  • about the process of growing from young to old and how people’s needs change
  • the names for the main parts of the body (including external genitalia) the similarities and differences between boys and girls
about people who look after them, their family networks, who to go to if they are worried and how to attract their attention, ways that pupils can help these people to look after them

Lesson 1

Keeping Clean
To understand some basic hygiene principles. Know how to keep clean and look after oneself.

Lesson 2

Growing and Changing
To introduce the concept of growing and changing.

Understand that babies become children and then adults.

Know the differences between boy and girl babies.

Lesson 3

Families and Care
To explore different types of families and who to ask for help.

Know there are different types if families.

Know which people we can ask for help.
Year 2 Differences    Key Stage 1
Scheme of Work

Word Box:

Similar, different, sex, gender roles, stereotypes, boy, girl, male, female, private parts, penis, vagina.
PSHE Programme of Study

Lesson Title

Learning Intentions Learning Outcomes

Core Theme 1: Health and Wellbeing

  • about the process of growing from young to old and how people’s needs change
  • the names for the main parts of the body (including external genitalia) the similarities and differences between boys and girls

Lesson 1

Differences: Boys and Girls

To introduce the concept of male and female and gender stereotypes.

To identify differences between males and females.

Understand that some people have fixed ideas about what boys and girls can do.

Describe the difference between male and female babies.

Science Attainment Targets

notice that animals, including humans, have offspring which grow into adults

Lesson 2

Differences: Male and Female

To explore some of the differences between males and females and to understand how this is part of the lifecycle

Describe some differences between male and female animals.

Understand that making a new life needs a male and a female.

Lesson 3

Naming the Body Parts
To focus on sexual difference and name body parts.

Describe the physical differences between males and females.

Name the male and female body parts.
Year 3 Valuing Differences and Keeping Safe     Key Stage 2
Scheme of Work

Word Box:

Stereotypes, gender roles, similar, different, male, female, private parts, penis, testicles, vagina, womb, family, fostering, adoption, relationship.
PSHE Programme of Study Lesson Title Learning Intentions Learning Outcomes

Core Theme 1: Health and Wellbeing

  • the names for the main parts of the body (including external genitalia) the similarities and differences between boys and girls
  • to recognise when and how to ask for help and use basic techniques for resisting pressure to do something dangerous, unhealthy, that makes them uncomfortable, anxious or that they believe to be wrong. 

Core Theme 2: Relationships

  • to be aware of different types of relationship, including those between friends and families, civil partnerships and marriage
  • to judge what kind of physical contact is acceptable or unacceptable and how to respond

Lesson 1

Differences: Male and Female

To explore the differences between males and females and to name the body parts.

Know some differences and similarities between males and females.

Name male and female body parts using agreed words.

Lesson 2

Personal Space
To consider touch and to show that a person has the right to say what they like and dislike.

Identify different types of touch that people like and do not like.

Understand personal space.

Talk about ways of dealing with unwanted touch.

Lesson 3

Family differences
To explore different types of families and who to go to for help and support.

Understand that families are different and have different family members.

Identify who to go to for help and support.
Year 4 Growing Up    Key Stage 2
Scheme of Work

Word Box:

Puberty, lifecycle, reproduction, physical, breasts, sperm, egg, pubic-hair, emotional, feelings.
PSHE Programme of Study Lesson Title Learning Intentions Learning Outcomes

Core Theme 1: Health and Wellbeing

  • how their body will, and emotions may, change as they approach and move through puberty
  • to recognise that they may experience conflicting emotions and when they might need to listen to their emotions or overcome them
about human reproduction

Lesson 1

Growing and Changing
To explore the human lifecycle.

Describe the main stages of the human lifecycle.

Lesson 2

What is Puberty?
To identify some basic facts about puberty.

Discuss male and female body parts using agreed words.

Know some of the changes which happen to the body during puberty.

Science Attainment Targets

describe the changes as humans develop to old age

Lesson 3

Puberty Changes and Reproduction
To explore how puberty is linked to reproduction.

Know about the physical and emotional changes that happen in puberty.

Understand that children change into adults so that they are able to reproduce.
Year 5 Puberty    Key Stage 2
Scheme of Work

Word Box:

Puberty, physical changes, emotional changes, moods, menstruation, periods, tampons, sanitary towels, wet dreams, semen, erection, sweat, breasts, spots, pubic hair, facial hair, underarm hair, sexual feelings.
PSHE Programme of Study Lesson Title Learning Intentions Learning Outcomes

Core Theme 1: Health and Wellbeing

  • how their body will, and emotions may, change as they approach and move through puberty
  • to recognise that they may experience conflicting emotions and when they might need to listen to their emotions to overcome them

Core Theme 2: Relationships

to feel confident to raise their own concerns, to recognise and care about other people’s feelings

Lesson 1

Talking About Puberty
To explore the emotional and physical changes occurring in puberty.

Explain the main physical and emotional changes that happen during puberty.

Ask questions about puberty with confidence.

Lesson 2

Male and Female Changes
To understand male and female puberty changes in more detail.

Understand how puberty affects the reproductive organs.

Describe how to manage physical and emotional changes.

Science Attainment Targets

describe the changes as humans develop to old age

Lesson 3

Puberty and Hygiene
To explore the impact of puberty on the body and the importance of hygiene.

Explain how to keep clean during puberty.

Explain how emotions change during puberty.

Know how to get support and help during puberty.
Year 6 Puberty, Relationships and Reproduction   Key Stage 2
Scheme of Work

Word Box:

Womb, sperm, egg, conception, fertilisation, pregnancy, sexual intercourse, twins, fostering, adoption, relationship, friendship, love, consent, intimacy, communication, personal/private information, internet safety.
PSHE Programme of Study Lesson Title Learning Intentions Learning Outcomes

Core Theme 1: Health and Wellbeing

  • how their body will, and emotions may, change as they approach and move through puberty
  • about human reproduction
  • the importance of protecting personal information, including passwords, addresses and the distribution of images of themselves and others.

Core Theme 2: Relationships

to be aware of different types of relationship, including those between

Lesson 1

Puberty and Reproduction
To consider puberty and reproduction.

Describe how and why the body changes during puberty in preparation for reproduction.

Talk about puberty and reproduction with confidence.

Lesson 2

Understanding Relationships
Consider physical and emotional behaviour in relationships.

Discuss different types of adult relationships with confidence.

Know what form of touching is appropriate.

Lesson 3

Conception and Pregnancy
To explore the process of conception and pregnancy.

Describe the decisions that have to be made before having a baby.

Know some basic facts about pregnancy and conception.

Lesson 4

Communication and Relationships
To explore positive and negative ways of communicating in a relationship.

To have considered when it is appropriate to share personal/private information in a relationship.

To know how and where to get support if an online relationship goes wrong.
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