Menu

Interactive Bar

Google Services

Search

Search

Translate

Translate

Log In

Branston Church of England Infant Academy

'The Best We Can Be'

PSHE and RHE

 

Intent

Our curriculum is designed to encourage the development of our school values: love, forgiveness, perseverance, kindness, honesty and respect, alongside meeting the specific needs of our community. All aspects of life at our school revolve around these values. We believe that all children are capable of learning and that through high quality, creative learning opportunities and high expectations all of our children will make good progress.

 

Implementation

We begin each term with our school value, which weave throughout the academic year. Lessons and units are knowledge and vocabulary rich so that pupils build on what they already know to develop powerful knowledge.

We prioritise creating a diverse curriculum by committing to diversity in teaching and teachers, and the language, texts and media we use, so all pupils feel positively represented. Creating an accessible curriculum that addresses the needs of all pupils is achieved to accessibility guidelines and requirements.

 

Impact

PSHE and RHE education helps children and young people to achieve their potential by supporting their wellbeing and tackling issues that can affect their ability to learn, such as anxiety and unhealthy relationships.

 

 

LongTerm Plan

 

Cycle A

 

EYFS

Year One

Year Two

Term 1

Mental Wellbeing

Families & People Who Care for Me

(Healthy Eating & Health & Prevention – Physical Illness through Science)

Term 2

Mental Wellbeing

Being Safe

First Aid

Term 3

Mental Wellbeing

Caring Friendships

Term 4

Mental Wellbeing

Physical Health & Fitness

Health & Prevention – The Importance of Sleep

Term 5

Mental Wellbeing

Drugs Alcohol and Tobacco

Term 6

Mental Wellbeing

Respectful Relationships

 

Cycle B

 

 

EYFS

Year One

Year Two

Term 1

Mental Wellbeing

Respectful Friendships

Health & Prevention – Personal Hygiene & Vaccination

Term 2

Mental Wellbeing

Caring Friendships

Term 3

Mental Wellbeing

Being Safe

First Aid

Term 4

Mental Wellbeing

Healthy Eating

Health and Prevention (dental)

Term 5

Mental Wellbeing

Families & People Who Care for Me

Term 6

Mental Wellbeing

Health & Prevention (Sun)

Physical Health and Fitness

 

 

Health & Wellbeing

EYFSYear OneYear Two

I can talk about what I like and dislike and can make good choices based on

this.

 

I can talk about myself and my experiences –

including celebrating my strengths and setting simple goals.

 

I can describe my feelings using appropriate

vocabulary and develop

some simple strategies to

manage these feelings.

 

I know who looks after me and who I can go to for help.

 

I know what private means.

I know what a healthy lifestyle is and can talk

about how to maintain this – including the

benefits of physical

exercise, healthy eating and dental health.

 

I can learn from my experiences and explain

how I could make a better choice.

 

I understand that actions have consequences and

that these can be positive or negative.

 

I can talk about how change and loss affect our feelings.

 

I know that humans grow from young to old and can

talk about how people’s

needs change as they grow, including how

independence can bring new opportunities.

 

I know how I can help others to help me.

 

I know that I have a right to keep things private and that I should respect others’ privacy.

I can set challenging goals based on my experiences. 

 

I know some coping

strategies for difficult

feelings, including change and loss. 

 

I know how some diseases are spread and can be controlled.

 

I can name the main parts of the body (including

external genitalia) and can discuss the bodily

similarities and differences

between boys and girls.

 

I know that some household products,

including medicines, can be harmful if not used properly.

 

I know how to keep physically and emotionally safe across a variety of

situations – roads, cycling, railways, water, fire. 

 

I recognise that I share a responsibility for keeping myself safe and others

safe, including when to

say ‘yes’, ‘no’, ‘I’ll ask’ and

‘I’ll tell’. 

 

I know that I do not need to keep secrets, 

 

Relationships

 

EYFSYear OneYear Two

I know the people that

love and care for me and

what they do to care for

me.

 

I know what a family is.

 

I know what a friend is.

 

I know that bodies and

feelings can be hurt by

words and actions.

 

I know what private

means.

 

I know that body parts

covered by underwear are

private.

 

I know what is kind and

unkind behaviour.

I can identify and discuss the roles different people play in my life.

 

I know about different types of family including those that are different to mine.

 

I can identify common themes in family life.

 

I know how to make friends and what makes a good friend. 

 

I can ask for help if a friendship is making me unhappy.

 

I can empathise with people who may experience hurtful behaviour or bullying. 

 

I know that hurtful behaviour is not acceptable and know

what to do if I or someone I know experiences this.

 

I know that it is important to respect others’ privacy.

 

I know how to respond safely to adults I don’t know.

 

I know how to respond if physical contact makes me

feel uncomfortable or unsafe.

 

I know who I can ask for help

and know some vocabulary to help with this.

I can name people that play different roles

in my life.

 

I know that it is important to tell someone if

something

about my family makes me upset or worried.

 

I can recognise when someone feels lonely and

know how to make them feel better.

 

I know some strategies for resolving arguments

between friends positively.

 

I know that people may behave differently

online and may pretend to be someone they’re not. 

 

I understand when I should ask for

permission and when I should give permission.

 

I understand when I should and shouldn’t

keep adult secrets.

 

 I know how to resist pressure to do something

I do not

want to do because I feel unsafe.

 

I can recognise the ways in which I am

the same and different to others.

 

I know how to listen, play and work

co-operatively.

 

I know how to talk about and share my

feelings on things that matter to me. 

 

Living in the Wider World

 

EYFSYear OneYear Two

I know how I can contribute to the life of my classroom.

 

I can agree to follow group, class and school rules.

 

I understand that people and other living things have rights. 

 

I know that I belong to different communities,

including my family and my school.

 

I know how I am unique and understand that there has never and will never be another me.

 

I know about special people in my community and how they help me.

I know how I can contribute to the life of the classroom and my school.

 

I can agree to follow group, class and school rules and

understand how these rules help me.

 

I understand that people and other living things have rights and that everyone has a responsibility to protect these rights.

I understand that money comes from different sources and can be used for different purposes.

 

I know why money is important.

 

I can identify and discuss similarities and differences

between myself and others.

 

I know about people who are responsible for looking after me. 

I can help to construct and

agree to follow group, class and school rules and

understand how these rules help me.

 

I know what improves and harms my local, natural and built environments and

develop strategies and skills

needed to care for these.

 

I understand the concept of spending and saving.

 

I know why money is important and how to keep it safe, my choices about

spending or saving money

and what influences these choices.

 

I know about people who are responsible for looking after

me and how to contact them, including dialling 999 in an emergency.

 

PSHE & RHE In Action

Top