PSHE

PSHE at Sarisbury Infant School

 

Personal, Social and Health Education

 

At Sarisbury Infant School we are all part of the CREW and we are all on board the Sarisbury Challenger.

 

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We have a firmly embedded whole school ethos where the child’s personal, social and moral development is of the utmost importance to us.

 

Our PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) curriculum is reflected in everything we do and the children fully understand our Sarisbury Charter.

 

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The aim of the PSHE is for children to acquire skills so they can thrive as

  • Individuals
  • as a member of their family
  • as part of the wider community.

 

This website provides information about the role of PSHE in schools www.pshe-association.org.uk

 

Our curriculum develops skills so that all of our children become:

CARING, RESILIANT, ENTHUSIASTIC, WONDERING

members of our CREW.

 

In Early Years the children follow a skills’ based Personal, Social and Emotional Development curriculum within the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. They learn a wide range of skills through direct teaching and through continuous provision.

 

Early Years’ Overview – Year R

 

Autumn

Spring

Summer

Belonging

Sarisbury   Charter

Working in   a group

Self-control  

Sharing

Taking   turns

Initiating   play

Responding   to others

Demonstrating   friendly behaviour

Initiating   conversations

Assessing   own risk

Celebrations

Friendships  

Manners

Keeping   safe

Feelings   and emotions

Resolving   conflicts

Sarisbury   Charter

Working in   a group

Sharing

Responding   to others

Compliments

Assessing   own risk

Appropriate   voice

Appropriate   questions

Thinking   about others

Differences   and similarities between homes and communities

Skills are revisited from  previous terms

Sarisbury   Charter

Clever   skills - identifying own skills

Worries

Memories

Transition   and changes

 

In Key Stage 1 the PSHE curriculum is categorised into three main strands and the curriculum is delivered across Year 1 and Year 2.

  • Health and Well Being
  • Relationships
  • Living in the Wider World

 

PSHE Unit Health and   Wellbeing

Autumn

Spring

Summer

What is it meant by   healthy lifestyle

Science- Human body and food groups

 

Health and fitness week- Healthy plate

How to maintain   physical, mental and emotional health and wellbeing

P.E

PSHE circle times

P.E

PSHE circle times

P.E

PSHE circle times

How to manage risks to   physical and emotional health and well-being

Year 1 outside area

P.E

Year 1 outside area

P.E

Sarisbury characters

Year 1 outside area

P.E

Sarisbury characters

Ways of keeping   physically and emotionally safe

P.E

E-safety and stranger danger

ICT charter

P.E

E-safety and stranger danger

P.E

E-safety and stranger danger

About managing change,   such as puberty, transition and loss

Transition to year 1

Loss- Easter story

Change in science from birth to   elderly

Transition to new year group

How to make informed   choices about health and well-being and to recognise sources of help with   this

E-Safety

ICT charter

P.E

Science- Human body

E-Safety

ICT charter

P.E

E-Safety

ICT charter

P.E

How to respond in   emergency

Gunpowder Plot- Fire safety and how to   keep safe in emergency

Fire drill practice

Fire engine visit from Hampshire Fire   and Rescue- what to do in emergency

Fire drill practice

Fire drill practice

 

 

PSHE Unit Living in the wider world

Autumn

Spring

Summer

About respect for self and others and the importance of   responsible behaviours and actions

Class treat

Charter

Right and wrong in   story books

Cause and consequence-   Gunpowder plot

Class treat

Charter

Right and wrong in   story books

Cause and consequence-   Environment maintaining rainforests and pollution

Class treat

Charter

Right and wrong in   story books

About rights and responsibilities as members of families,   other groups and ultimately as citizens

 

R.E- Authority

Science- Environment

 

About different groups and communities

R.E Diwali

R.E Sukkot

Jungle- India

Around the world two   weeks

R.E- Passover

To respect equality and to be a productive member of   diverse community

Being a member of the   class, school and wider community

R.E and different   beliefs

Being a member of the   class, school and wider community

R.E and different   beliefs

Being a member of the   class, school and wider community

R.E and different   beliefs

About the importance of respecting and protecting the   environment

Brazil and the   rainforest

Recycling

Trips to Holly Hill

Recycling

Science- Change The   Window

Trips to Holly Hill

Science- Plants and the   environment

Trips to Holly Hill

About where money comes from, keeping it safe and the   importance of managing it effectively

Maths- Money units

Role Play

Maths- Money units

Role Play

Around the world

Maths Money units

Comparing cost of items

How money plays an important part in people’s lives

India/U.K comparing   money within communities

Maths Money units

Around the world week   comparing money within countries

What do we use money   for

Answering PSHE money   questions

A basic understanding of enterprise

Role Play

Role Play

Role Play

 

 

 

PSHE Unit Relationships

Autumn

Spring

Summer

How to develop and   maintain a variety of healthy relationships, within a range of   social/cultural contexts

Group work

Shipmates

E-Safety

Circle time on friendship skills

Following Charter

Sea Characters

Group work

Shipmates

E-Safety

Circle time on friendship skills

Following Charter

Sea Characters

Group work

Shipmates

E-Safety

Circle time on friendship skills

Following Charter

Sea Characters

How to recognise and   manage emotions within a range of relationships

R.E- Belonging

Feelings during PSHE

Crew Challenge- Reading emotions

Transition moving on

How to recognise risky   or negative relationships including all forms of bullying and abuse

E-Safety

E-Safety

E-Safety

How to respond to risky   or negative relationships and ask for help

E-Safety

Sharing stories and discussing what to   do in different scenarios

E-Safety

Sharing stories and discussing what to   do in different scenarios

E-Safety

Sharing stories and discussing what to   do in different scenarios

How to respect equality   and diversity in relationships

R.E- Belonging

R.E- Diwali

   

 

  Year 2 Overview

 

Autumn Term 1

Autumn Term 2

Spring Term 1

Spring Term 2

Summer Term 1

Summer Term 2

Ahoy There!

World War One

Christmas

Go Wild!

Flaming Fire

The Door

SATs

Lights, Camera, Action!

Sports Week

Settling In

Collaboration

Cooperation

Responsibility and Care

Friendship Skills

Resilience

Perseverance

Transition

Moving On

Aspirations and   Achievements

Core Theme:

Relationships

Core Themes:

Relationships

Health and Wellbeing

Core Themes:

Living in the Wider World

Health and Wellbeing

Core Theme:

Living in the Wider World

Core Theme:

Living in the Wider World

Core Themes:

Health and Wellbeing

Relationships

Rules – Class Charter, recognising good and not so good consequences   (ongoing)

Flu Jabs

Communicate feelings to others

Listen to other people

How money plays an important part in people’s lives (Lloyd’s Bank)

Diwali – respect differences

Pets - Understanding the needs of animals

Lifecycles

Rules about keeping safe, including road safety and fire safety

How to respond in an emergency

Heroes Day – People who help us

Growing – Understanding the needs of plants

What   constitutes a healthy life style

Medicines

Open Eye   Assembly

Transition

Leavers   Assembly celebrations