PHSE/Citizenship

 

Key Stage 1

 

Children will be taught:

 

  • to recognise what they like and dislike, what is fair and unfair, and what is right and wrong;

  • to share their opinions on things that matter to them and explain their views;

  • to recognise, name and deal with feelings in a positive way;

  • to think about themselves, learn from their experiences and recognise what they are good at; how to set simple goals;

  • to take part in discussions with one other person and with the whole class;

  • to recognise choices they can make, and the difference between right and wrong;

  • to agree and follow rules for their group and classroom, and understand how rules help them;

  • to realise that people have needs, and that they have responsibilities to meet them; that they belong to various groups and communities, such as family and school;

  • to contribute to the life of the class and the school;

  • to recognise how their behaviour affects other people;

  • to listen to other people, and play and work cooperatively;

  • to identify and respect the differences and similarities between people; that family and friends should care for each other.

 

Key Stage 2

 

Children will be taught:

 

  • to talk and write about their opinions, and explain their views, on issues that affect themselves and society;

  • to recognise their worth as individuals by identifying positive things about themselves and their achievements, seeing their mistakes, making amends and setting personal goals;

  • to face new challenges positively by collecting information, looking for help, making responsible choices, and taking action;

  • why and how rules and laws are made and enforced, why different rules are needed in different situations and how to take part in making and changing rules;

  • to realise the consequences of antisocial and aggressive behaviours, such as bullying and racism, on individuals and communities;

  • that there are different kinds of responsibilities, rights and duties at home, school and in the community, and that these can sometimes conflict with each other;

  • to resolve differences by looking at alternatives, making decisions and explaining choices;

  • that their actions affect themselves and others, to care about other people’s feelings and to try and see things from their points of view;

  • that differences and similarities between people arise from a number of factors, including cultural, ethnic, racial and religious diversity, gender and disability.

  • The objectives will be taught during discreet lessons, through Nurturing Human Wholeness liturgies, (incorporating Statements to Live By,) during Pastoral Care groups, themed weeks and in appropriate curriculum lessons. This is at the discretion of the teacher, who ensures coverage across the year.

  • The work compliments the RE and SRE programmes of study.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EYFS Programme of Study

 

I know I belong to my class/group.

I know the people in my class/group.

I like belonging to my group/class/school.

I know that people in my group/class like me.

I like the ways we are all different.

I can tell you something special about me.

I can tell if I am happy or sad.

I can let you know if I feel happy, excited, sad or scared.

I know that it is OK to have any feeling but that it is not OK to behave in any way we like (if it hurts other people).

I know some ways to calm myself down when I feel scared or upset.

I know that everybody in the world has feelings.

I can share in a group.

I can take turns in a group.

I can join in with other children playing a game.

I know how to be kind to people who are new or visiting the classroom.

I know what to do in my classroom.

 

 

KS1 Programme of Study

 

I know that I belong to a community.

I feel safe and content within my class.

I feel good about the ways we are similar in the group and the ways I am different.

I know how to make someone feel welcome.

I can tell you how I am the same as and different from my friends.

I feel good about my strengths.

I know some more ways to calm myself down when I feel scared or upset.

I can sometimes tell if other people are feeling sad or scared and I know how to make people feel better.

I know some ways to solve a problem.

I know what I have to do myself to make the classroom and school a safe and fair place for everyone, and that it is not OK for other people to make it unsafe or unfair.

I can help to make the class a safe and fair place.

I can help to make my class a good place to learn.

 


 

 

Lower KS1 Programme of Study

 

I know something about everyone in my class.

I know that I am valued at school.

I know how to make someone feel welcomed and valued at school.

I know what it feels like to be unwelcome.

I know how to join a group.

I can tell you one special thing about me.

I know how it feels to be happy, sad or scared and can usually tell if other people are feeling these emotions.

I can predict how I am going to feel in a new situation or  meeting new people.

I know how it feels to do or start something new, and some ways to cope with these feelings.

I can manage my feelings and usually find a way to calm myself down when necessary.

I can give and accept a compliment.

I know some more ways to solve a problem.

I understand my rights and responsibilities in the school.

I understand why we need to have different rules in different places, and to know what the rules are in school.

 

 

Upper KS1 Programme of Study

 

I have worked with and talked to everyone in my class.

I know that I am valued at school.

I understand how it feels to do or start something new, and why.

I have some strategies to cope with uncomfortable feelings and to calm myself when necessary.

I know how others may be feeling when they are in an unfamiliar situation.

I can help them to feel valued and welcomed.

I work well in a group and can tell you what helps my group to work well together.

I can explain how I go about solving a problem and can give you an example of a problem I have solved.

I understand my rights and responsibilities in the school.

I know some of the things that help us in school to learn and play well together.

I understand the need for rules in society and why we have the rules we do in school.

If I don’t agree with something in school, I know how to go about trying to change things.

 

 

To support our PHSCE programme we deliver weekly assemblies and class lessons relating to our “Statements to Live By.” The themes explored include:

 

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

New Beginnings

Going For Goals

Relationships

Getting On and Falling Out

Good to be Me

Changes

Say No To Bullying

 

 

 

PHSE/Citizenship

 

Key Stage 1

 

Children will be taught:

 

  • to recognise what they like and dislike, what is fair and unfair, and what is right and wrong;

  • to share their opinions on things that matter to them and explain their views;

  • to recognise, name and deal with feelings in a positive way;

  • to think about themselves, learn from their experiences and recognise what they are good at; how to set simple goals;

  • to take part in discussions with one other person and with the whole class;

  • to recognise choices they can make, and the difference between right and wrong;

  • to agree and follow rules for their group and classroom, and understand how rules help them;

  • to realise that people have needs, and that they have responsibilities to meet them; that they belong to various groups and communities, such as family and school;

  • to contribute to the life of the class and the school;

  • to recognise how their behaviour affects other people;

  • to listen to other people, and play and work cooperatively;

  • to identify and respect the differences and similarities between people; that family and friends should care for each other.

 

Key Stage 2

 

Children will be taught:

 

  • to talk and write about their opinions, and explain their views, on issues that affect themselves and society;

  • to recognise their worth as individuals by identifying positive things about themselves and their achievements, seeing their mistakes, making amends and setting personal goals;

  • to face new challenges positively by collecting information, looking for help, making responsible choices, and taking action;

  • why and how rules and laws are made and enforced, why different rules are needed in different situations and how to take part in making and changing rules;

  • to realise the consequences of antisocial and aggressive behaviours, such as bullying and racism, on individuals and communities;

  • that there are different kinds of responsibilities, rights and duties at home, school and in the community, and that these can sometimes conflict with each other;

  • to resolve differences by looking at alternatives, making decisions and explaining choices;

  • that their actions affect themselves and others, to care about other people’s feelings and to try and see things from their points of view;

  • that differences and similarities between people arise from a number of factors, including cultural, ethnic, racial and religious diversity, gender and disability.

  • The objectives will be taught during discreet lessons, through Nurturing Human Wholeness liturgies, (incorporating Statements to Live By,) during Pastoral Care groups, themed weeks and in appropriate curriculum lessons. This is at the discretion of the teacher, who ensures coverage across the year.

  • The work compliments the RE and SRE programmes of study.

 

 

 

 

 

Recognise that we are all unique.

We are all special.

I can say one good thing about myself.

I can say how I feel.

I can laugh and have fun.

I notice that we are the same and we are different

 I try to appreciate the beauty and the wonder in the world around me.

I know that different people like different things

 

Recognise that we must support and respect others

I know what to do if I see anyone being hurt.

I understand that rights match responsibility.

I know what human dignity means and I show that I respect others.

I stand up for people who are being treated unfairly.

I try to be accepting of others

I try to be just and fair.

 

Recognise ways in which I can protect myself

I try to stand up for myself and others without hurting others

I can tell you how I look after myself.

I think before I make choices that affect my health.

I can work, play, rest and pray each day.

 

Recognise ways in which we show respect and tolerance

Simple things can make us happy.

I try to love others as I love myself.

I try to follow our school and classroom rules.

 

Recognise that everyone has a role to play in the school community

I know I belong in a community that includes my school.

I know we are happiest when we are united.

I listen to what you say. I show that I am listening to you.

I co-operate with others in work and play.

 

Know that some behaviour is not acceptable

I try to use words that make the world a better place.

I know that bullying is wrong

I can recognise comfortable and uncomfortable feelings.

I know how to help others when they are in trouble.

 

Know that we can forgive and be reconciled

I know that it is ok for me to make mistakes.

I can learn from my mistakes and failures.

I understand what trust means

I try to forgive people when they hurt me.

I try to accept forgiveness from others.

I know how to show I am sorry.

I understand the importance of peace.

 

Know how to be resilient

I try to keep going when things are difficult and not give up hope.

I know what humility means.

I know when to ask for help and who to ask for help from.

 

April 2014

 

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