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PSHCE and British Values SOW Year 1

The Development of PSHE, SEAL, Citizenship, SMSC, British Values and Financial Capability, Human Wholeness in the Catholic life of St Stephen’s Primary School.

Citizenship linksPSHE

 

SMSC and British values Opportunities to enable the pupils to: Ethos Statements/Statements to live by Links with SEAL Links with Come and See
Autumn term 

How to contribute to the life of the classroom.

 

To help construct and agree to follow group and class rules and to understand how these rules help us.

 

Safety Education-Keeping safe indoors/outdoors

 

Child protection-keeping oneself safe

To develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence. 

To distinguish right from wrong and to respect the civil and criminal law of England.

 

To encourage respect for other people and encourage respect for democracy and support for participation in the democratic processes.

 

1a.Understand their uniqueness as made in the image of God and develop self-awareness, positive self-esteem and confidence. 1.     We are all special.2.     I can say one good thing about myself.

3.     I can say how I feel.

4.     I can laugh and have fun.

 

New beginningsI know that I belong to a community (p.17).

I feel safe and content within my class (p.12).

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 (p.20).

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

I feel good about my strengths. 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 can help to make the class a safe and fair place.

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

 

Democratic vote for the School Council.

Unit 4 Local Church/ Community: Special People 

Unit 8 Reconciliation- interrelating: being sorry

 

 

 

 

To recognise how their behaviour affects other people. 

To listen to other people and play and work cooperatively.

To recognise choices they can make and recognise the difference between right and wrong.

 

Anti-bullyingEducation- keeping oneself safe

-understanding right and wrong

 

 

To act responsibly for their behaviour, show initiative, and contribute positively to the lives of those living and working in the locality of the school and to society more widely.  1c. Know, appreciate and understand the importance of social justice and develop independence, interdependence and responsibility. 5.     I know what to do if I see anyone being hurt.6.     I understand that rights match responsibility.

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

8.     I try to be just and fair.

Getting on and Falling outI can tell you what being a good friend means to me (p.6)

I can listen well to other people when they are talking.

I know how to make up with a friend when we have fallen out (p.10)

I can make someone else feel good by giving them a compliment.

I know that people don’t always see things in the same way.

I can see things from someone else’s point of view. I can use my ability to see things from the other point of view to make a conflict situation better (p.19).

Unit 6 Lent/Easter – giving: change 

Unit 8 Reconciliation- interrelating: being sorry

 

Unit 9 Universal Church – world: neighbours

 

 

 

 

 

That people and other living things have needs and that they have responsibilities to meet them (including taking turns, sharing and understanding the need to return things they have borrowed). 

Animals and us

-communities

-people who help us

An appreciation that living under the rule of law protects individual citizens and is essential for their wellbeing and safety. 3a.  Grow towards human wholeness anddevelop a healthy lifestylein body, mind and spirit and understand the connection between knowledge and living.. 9.    I can tell you how I look after myself.10. I think before I make choices that affect my health.

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

12. Simple things can make us happy.

 

Unit 2 Baptism/Confirmation – Belonging: belonging 

Unit 4 Local Church – community: special people

 

Unit 6 Lent/Easter- giving : change

 

Unit 8 Reconciliation- interrelating: being sorry

 

Unit 9 Universal Church – world: neighbours

That they belong to various groups and school communities such as family and school. To understand that the freedom to choose and hold other faiths is protected in law.To accept that other people have different faiths or beliefs to oneself (or have none) and should not be the cause of prejudice or discrimination.

To understand the importance of identifying and combatting discrimination.

2. Experience a sense of belonging within a range of communities, including the local Eucharistic Community andplay an active role as members of society. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13. I try to love others as I love myself.14. I try to follow our school and classroom rules.

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

16.       I know we are happiest when we are united.

Say no to bullying 

I can tell you how someone who is bullied feels.

I know that when you feel sad, it affects the way you behave and how you think.

I can tell you what bullying is.

I know some people in and out of school whom I could talk to if I was feeling unhappy or being bullied.

I know what to do if I am bullied.

I can tell you some ways in which I am the same as and different form my friends.

I am proud of the ways in which I am different.

I can be kind to children who are bullied.

Unit 1 Domestic Church/family: families 

Unit 2 Baptism/Confirmation – Belonging: belonging

 

Unit 9 Universal Church – world: neighbours

 

 

Spring term 

What improves/harms local natural and built environments and about some of the ways people look after them.

 

Drugs education

Medication

 

To understand how citizens can influence decision-making through the democratic process 4a.       To know that everything has the capacity to reveal God’s presence and in the light of thisdevelop effective and satisfying relationships. 17.  I listen to what you say. I show that I am listening to you.18.  I co-operate with others in work and play.

19. I try to use words that make the world a better place. (Please, sorry, thank you).

20.I try to appreciate the

beauty and the wonder in the world around me

Going for Goals (Resilience)I know we learn in different ways.

I can tell you some of I can say what I want to happen when there is a problem (set a goal).

I can predict and understand the consequences of reaching my goal.

I can choose a realistic goal.

I know my strengths as a learner.






CAREERS WEEKMY MONEY WEEK

 

Good to be Me

 

I can tell when I am feeling worried or anxious.

I can explain some things that help me stop worrying.

I can tell you something that makes me feel proud.

I can tell you about my gifts and talents.

I can tell when I am feeling proud.

I can help another person feel proud.

I can use the problem-solving process.

Unit 9 Universal Church – world: neighbours 
Summer termTo think about themselves, learn from their experiences and recognise what they are good at.

 

To recognise, name and deal with their feelings in a positive way.

 

SRE

-growing and changing

-relationships

 

An understanding of the importance of identifying and combatting discrimination. 3b. Grow towards human wholeness in body, mind and spirit and learn to keep themselves and others safe. 

Experience a reconciling community

25. I know when to ask for help and who to ask for help from.26. I can recognise comfortable and uncomfortable feelings.

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

28.  I understand what trust means.

I try to forgive people when they hurt me.

30. I try to accept forgiveness from others.

31. I know how to show I am sorry.

32.  I understand the importance of peace.

Relationships 

I can tell when I am proud or jealous.

I can think of ways to make me feel better when I feel hurt without hurting others.

I understand that being unkind and hurting someone doesn’t make me feel better. I know the people who are important to me.

I can tell you something that has made me jealous.

I can feel proud on behalf of my friends when they have done something well.

 

Unit 8 Reconciliation- interrelating: being sorry 
To identify and respect the differences and similarities between people. 

 

PSHE

–       Exercise

–       -keeping warm or cool

–       Making choices

–       Understanding consequences

What does being healthy mean to me?

 

 

 

To understand that the freedom to choose and hold other faiths is protected in law.To accept that other people have different faiths or beliefs to oneself (or have none) and should not be the cause of prejudice or discrimination.

To understand the importance of identifying and combatting discrimination.

4b.Acknowledge the unique giftedness of each individual as made in the image and likeness of God and learn to respect the differences between people. 

Experience a reconciling community.

33. I know what human dignity means and I show that I respect others.34. I stand up for people who are being treated unfairly.

35. I notice that we are the same and we are different.

36.  I try to be accepting of others.

 

Changes

 

I can tell you some things about me that have changed and some things that will not change.

I know that some changes are natural and happen ‘by themselves’.

I know different ways that help me to learn to do things.

I can tell you about changes that I can make happen.

I can make some changes quickly and easily.

I know that to make some changes is hard and takes a long time.

I can tell you how I might change in the future.

Unit 6Lent/Easter- giving: Change