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Banks Methodist SchoolLearning Together with Resilience and Faith

Welcome toBanks Methodist SchoolLearning Together with Resilience and Faith

PSHE

Autumn

Term 1

Being Me in My World

Our Learning Charter – Whole School

 

We have the RIGHT to:

  • Learn
  • Be respected and treated fairly
  • Be heard
  • Feel Safe

 

We have the RESPONSIBILITIES to:

  • Allow others to learn
  • Respect others and treat them fairly
  • Listen to others
  • Keep others safe

 

Our REWARDS will be:

  • Praise
  • Stickers
  • Dojo Points
  • Visit other teachers and Headteacher
  • Certificates

 

Our CONSEQUENCES will be:

  • Reminder
  • Warning
  • Time out in another class
  • Loss of Privileges
  • Parents/carers informed
  • Sent to the Headteacher

 

Autumn

Term 2

Celebrating Difference (including Anti-Bullying and Diversity)

Year 1: to know ways they are different from their friends

 

Year 2: to identify ways they are different from their friends

 

Year 3: to talk about a time when their words affected someone’s feeling and what the consequences were

 

Year 4: to talk about a time when a first impression of someone changed as they got to know them

 

Year 5: to explain the differences between and direct and indirect types of bullying

 

Year 6: to explain ways in which difference can be a source of conflict or a cause of celebration

 

Spring

Term 1

Dreams and Goals

Year 1: to be able to tell someone how they felt when they succeeded in a new challenge and how they celebrated

 

Year 2: to be able to explain some of the ways they have worked cooperatively in a group to create an end product

 

Year 3: to evaluate their own learning process and identify how they can be better next time

 

Year 4: to know how to make a new plan and set new goals, even if they have been disappointed

 

Year 5: to be able to describe the dreams and goals of a young person in a culture different from theirs

 

Year 6: to be able describe some ways in which they can work with other people to make the world a better place

 

Spring

Term 2

Healthy Me

Year 1: to be able to tell someone why they think their body is amazing and can identify some ways to keep it safe and healthy

 

Year 2: to make some healthy snacks and explain why they are good for their body

 

Year 3: to identify things, people and places that they need to keep safe from, and can talk about some strategies for keeping themselves safe, including who to go to for help

 

Year 4: to recognise when people are putting them under pressure and can explain ways to resist this when they want to

 

Year 5: to describe the different roles food can play in people’s lives and explain how people can develop eating problems (disorders) relating to body image pressures

 

Year 6: to evaluate when alcohol is being used responsibly, anti-socially or being misused

 

Summer

Term 1

Relationships

Year 1: to be able to talk about why they appreciate someone who is special to them

 

Year 2: to identify some of the things that cause conflict between themselves and their friends

 

Year 3: to explain how some of the actions and work of people around the world help and influence their life

 

Year 4: to explain different points of view on an animal rights issue

 

Year 5: to explain how to stay safe when using technology to communicate with theirs friends

 

Year 6: to be able to recognise when people are trying to gain power or control

 

Summer

Term 2

Changing Me (including Sex Education)

Year 1: to be able to identify the parts of the body that make boys different to girls and use the correct names for these

 

Year 2: to recognise the physical differences between boys and girls, use the correct names for the parts of the body and appreciate that parts of their body are private

 

Year 3: to identify how boys and girls bodies change on the inside during the growing up process and can discuss why these changes are necessary.

 

Year 4: to identify what they are looking forward to when they are in Year 5

 

Year 5: to describe how boys and girls bodies change during puberty

 

Year 6: to describe how a baby develops from conception through the nine months pregnancy, and how it is born.

 

 

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