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Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) /Sex and Relationships Education (SRE)

All schools must provide a curriculum that is broadly based, balanced and meets the needs of all pupils. Under section 78 of the Education Act 2002 and the Academies Act 2010, a Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) curriculum:

  • Promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society, and
  • Prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.

 

An amendment to the Children and Social Work Act 2017 made Relationships and Health Education at primary; and Relationships, Sex, and Health Education at secondary, statutory subjects. The DfE guidance on Relationships, Health and Sex Education for governing bodies can be seen here.  This will become active from September 2020.

 

We follow the Jigsaw PSHE Programme and are confident that it covers all aspects of Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) within the context of a full PSHE programme in an age-appropriate way. Should changes to these curriculum areas occur in the future, Jigsaw will provide our school with materials to ensure all statutory duties are fulfilled.

 

This PSHE policy is also informed by DfE guidance on Relationships, Sex and Health Education (as above), preventing and tackling bullying (Preventing and tackling bullying: Advice for head teachers, staff and governing bodies, July 2013, updated 2017), Drug and Alcohol Education (DfE and ACPO drug advice for schools: Advice for local authorities, headteachers, school staff and governing bodies, September 2012), safeguarding (Working Together to Safeguard Children: A guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children, March 2013 and Keeping Children Safe in Education, 2018) and equality (Equality Act 2010: Advice for school leaders, school staff, governing bodies and local authorities, revised June 2014).  It also draws on the advice given in the Church of England document ‘Valuing All God’s Children: Guidance for Church of England schools on challenging homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying’ (Church of England Education Office, second edition updated summer 2019).

 

The Jigsaw Programme meets all the outcomes in the PSHE Association Programmes of Study, 2017.

Duke of Norfolk CE Primary School: PSHE/RSHE LTP

Cycle 1

 

 

Autumn 1

Being Me in My World

Autumn 2
Celebrating Difference

Spring 1

Dreams and Goals

Spring 2
Healthy Me

Summer 1
Relationships

Summer 2
Changing Me

EYFS

Self-identity
Understanding feelings Being in a classroom
Being gentle
Rights and responsibilities 

Identifying talents
Being special
Families
Where we live
Making friends
Standing up for yourself 

Challenges
Perseverance
Goal-setting
Overcoming obstacles Seeking help
Jobs Achieving goals

Exercising bodies
Physical activity
Healthy food
Sleep Keeping clean
Safety

Family life
Friendships
Breaking friendships
Falling out
Dealing with bullying
Being a good friend

Bodies
Respecting my body
Growing up
Growth and change
Fun and fears
Celebrations 

 

Y1/2

Feeling special and safe Being part of a class
Rights and responsibilities Rewards and feeling proud Consequences
Owning the Learning Charter

Similarities and differences
Understanding bullying and knowing how to deal with it
Making new friends
Celebrating the differences in everyone

Setting goals 
Identifying successes and achievements
Learning styles
Working well and celebrating achievement with a partner
Tackling new challenges
Identifying and overcoming obstacles
Feelings of success

Keeping myself healthy
Healthier lifestyle choices
Keeping clean Being safe
Medicine safety/safety with household items
Road safety
Linking health and happiness

Belonging to a family
Making friends/being a good friend
Physical contact preferences People who help us
Qualities as a friend and person
Self-acknowledgement
Being a good friend to myself
Celebrating special relationships

Life cycles – animal and human
Changes in me Changes since being a baby
Differences between female and male bodies (correct terminology)
Linking growing and learning Coping with change
Transition

Y3/4

Setting personal goals
Self-identity and worth
Positivity in challenges
Rules, rights and responsibilities
Rewards and consequences
Responsible choices
Seeing things from others’ perspectives

Families and their differences
Family conflict and how to manage it (child-centred)
Witnessing bullying and how to solve it
Recognising how words can be hurtful
Giving and receiving compliments

Difficult challenges and achieving success
Dreams and ambitions
New challenges
Motivation and enthusiasm
Recognising and trying to overcome obstacles
Evaluating learning processes
Managing feelings
Simple budgeting

Exercise
Fitness challenges
Food labelling and healthy swaps
Attitudes towards drugs Keeping safe and why it’s important
Online and off line scenarios
Respect for myself and others
Healthy and safe choices

Family roles and responsibilities
Friendship and negotiation
Keeping safe online and who to go to for help
Being a global citizen 
Being aware of how my choices affect others
Awareness of how other children have different lives
Expressing appreciation for family and friends

How babies grow
Understanding a baby’s needs
Outside body changes
Inside body changes
Family stereotypes
Challenging my ideas
Preparing for transition

Y5/6

Planning the forthcoming year
Being a citizen
Rights and responsibilities 
Rewards and consequences
How behaviour affects groups
Democracy, having a voice, participating

Cultural differences and how they can cause conflict
Racism
Rumours and name-calling
Types of bullying
Material wealth and happiness
Enjoying and respecting other cultures

Future dreams
The importance of money
Jobs and careers
Dream job and how to get there
Goals in different cultures
Supporting others (charity)
Motivation

Smoking, including vaping
Alcohol and anti-social behaviour
Emergency aid
Body image
Relationships with food
Healthy choices
Motivation and behaviour

Self-recognition and self-worth
Building self-esteem Safer online communities
Rights and responsibilities online
Online gaming and gambling Reducing screen time
Dangers of online grooming
SMARRT internet safety rules

Self- and body image
Influence of online and media on body image
Puberty for girls
Puberty for boys
Conception (including IVF) Growing responsibility  Coping with change Preparing for transition

 

 

 

Duke of Norfolk CE Primary School: PSHE/RSHE LTP

Cycle 2

 

 

Autumn 1

Being Me in My World

Autumn 2
Celebrating Difference

Spring 1

Dreams and Goals

Spring 2
Healthy Me

Summer 1
Relationships

Summer 2
Changing Me

EYFS

Self-identity
Understanding feelings Being in a classroom
Being gentle
Rights and responsibilities 

Identifying talents
Being special
Families
Where we live
Making friends
Standing up for yourself 

Challenges
Perseverance
Goal-setting
Overcoming obstacles Seeking help
Jobs Achieving goals

Exercising bodies
Physical activity
Healthy food
Sleep Keeping clean
Safety

Family life
Friendships
Breaking friendships
Falling out
Dealing with bullying
Being a good friend

Bodies
Respecting my body
Growing up
Growth and change
Fun and fears
Celebrations 

Y1/2

Hopes and fears for the year
Rights and responsibilities
Rewards and consequences
Safe and fair learning environment
Valuing contributions
Choices Recognising feelings

Assumptions and stereotypes about gender
Understanding bullying
Standing up for self and others
Making new friends
Gender diversity
Celebrating difference and remaining friends

 

Achieving realistic goals
Perseverance 
Learning strengths
Learning with others
Group co-operation
Contributing to and sharing success

Motivation 
Healthier choices
Relaxation
Healthy eating and nutrition
Healthier snacks and sharing food

Different types of family
Physical contact boundaries
Friendship and conflict
Secrets
Trust and appreciation
Expressing appreciation for special relationships

Life cycles in nature
Growing from young to old
Increasing independence
Differences in female and male bodies (correct terminology)
Assertiveness
Preparing for transition

Y3/4

Being part of a class team
Being a school citizen
Rights, responsibilities and democracy (school council)
Rewards and consequences
Group decision-making
Having a voice
What motivates behaviour

Challenging assumptions
Judging by appearance
Accepting self and others
Understanding influences
Understanding bullying
Problem-solving
Identifying how special and unique everyone is
First impressions

Hopes and dreams
Overcoming disappointment
Creating new, realistic dreams
Achieving goals
Working in a group
Celebrating contributions
Resilience
Positive attitudes

Healthier friendships
Group dynamics
Smoking
Alcohol
Assertiveness
Peer pressure
Celebrating inner strength

Jealousy
Love and loss
Memories of loved ones
Getting on and Falling Out
Girlfriends and boyfriends
Showing appreciation to people and animals

Being unique
Having a baby
Girls and puberty
Confidence in change
Accepting change
Preparing for transition
Environmental change

Y5/6

Identifying goals for the year
Global citizenship
Children’s universal rights
Feeling welcome and valued
Choices, consequences and rewards
Group dynamics
Democracy, having a voice
Anti-social behaviour
Role-modelling

Perceptions of normality Understanding disability
Power struggles
Understanding bullying 
Inclusion/exclusion
Differences as conflict, difference as celebration
Empathy

Personal learning goals, in and out of school

Success criteria

Emotions in success

Making a difference in the world

Motivation

Recognising achievements 

Compliments

Taking personal responsibility 

How substances affect the body

Exploitation, including ‘county lines’ and gang culture

Emotional and mental health

Managing stress

Mental health Identifying mental health worries and sources of support Love and loss

Managing feelings

Power and control

Assertiveness

Technology safety 

Take responsibility with technology use

Self-image body image Puberty and feelings

Conception to birth

Reflections about change

Physical attraction

Respect and consent

Boyfriends/girlfriends

Sexting

Transition

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