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PSHCE and British Values SOW Year 6

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 links

PSHE

 

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

 

Why and how rules and laws that protect children are made and enforced, why different rules are needed in different situations and how to take part in making and changing rules.

 

Understand that everyone has human rights, all peoples and all societies and the children have their own special rights set out in the UN declaration of ‘the rights of the child’.

Safety education

using my judgements

What causes accidents?

Can I cope in an emergency?

Simple first aid

Where do most serious accidents occur?

 

 

Child Protection

How do my senses help me to keep safe?

Who are the people I trust?

What can I do when no one will listen?

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.


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 beginnings

 

Democratic vote for the School Council.

 

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

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.

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 and can help them to feel valued and welcomed.

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 and can help them to feel valued and welcomed.

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

 

Unit 7 – transformation – Explore (rest of topic about God’s laws)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That these universal rights are there to protect everybody and have primacy over both the national law and family and community practices.

 

To know some cultural practices are against British law and universal rights e.g. FGM

 

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 anddevelop 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 out

When I am working in a group I can tell people if I agree or don’t agree with them and why.

I know that some differences can be a barrier to friendship.

I try to recognise when I, or other people, are pre-judging people, and I make an effort to overcome my own assumptions.

I know that it is important in a conflict situation to talk about what someone has done or said, not the person themselves.

I can use language (I messages) that does not make conflict situations worse.

I am able to see a situation from another person’s perspective.

I know how my behavior is linked to my thoughts and feelings.

I can stop and try to get an accurate picture before I act.

 

Unit 6 Sacrifice – explore

 

 

 

That there are different kinds of responsibilities, rights and duties at home, school, in community and the environment.

 

 

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 lifestyle in 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 6 Sacrifice – explore

Unit 7 Transformation – explore

 

To realise the consequences of anti-social and aggressive behaviours e.g. bullying, discrimination of individuals and communities

 

To resolve differences by looking at alternatives, seeing and respecting other’s points of view, making decisions and expanding choices.

 

What being part of a community means and about the varied institutions that support communities locally and nationally.

 

Anti-bullying Education

-what is bullying?

Who gets bullied?

My network of friends

 

Citizenship (difference and diversity)

-different communities including family and school

-Recognising and respecting diversity within communities

-Similarities and differences between communities in other parts of the world and our own country

-Dealing with the media

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

Anti-bullying week

 

I understand how rumour-spreading and name-calling can be bullying behaviours.

I can explain the difference between direct and indirect types of bullying.

I can explain some of the ways in which one person (or group of people) can have power over another.

I know some of the reasons why people use bullying behaviours.

I know some ways to encourage children who use bullying behaviours to make other choices. I can tell you a range of strategies which I have for managing my feelings in bullying situations and problem solving when I am part of one.

 

Unit 9 stewardship (of the earth)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 1 – ourselves

Unit 4 Mission

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unit 2 – Life Choices

Unit 4 – Mission –explore

Unit 9 – stewardship (of the earth)

Spring term

 

To recognise the role of voluntary community and pressure groups, esp. in relation to health and well-being.

 

Drugs education

-being aware of pressures and influences on me

-alcohol

-what does it mean to be hooked?

-how do drugs affect us?

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 can make a long-term plan and break it down into smaller, achievable goals in my personal life or in my behavior.

I know that it is up to me to get things done by taking the first step.

I know that if at first I don’t succeed it is worth trying again.

I can try again even when I have been unsuccessful.

I can recognise when I am using an excuse instead of finding a way around a problem.

I know that it is up to me to get things done by taking the first step.

Unit 4 – Mission – explore

Unit 9 – Stewardship (of the earth)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the role money plays in their own and other’s lives, including how to manage their money and about being a critical consumer.

 

To develop an initial understanding of interest, loan, debt and tax (e.g. their contribution to society through VAT)

 

That resources can be allocated in different ways, these economic choices affect individuals, communities and sustainability of the environment.

 

About enterprise and skills that make someone enterprising.

Careers

What does being grown up mean?

-how do I feel about growing up?

What is involved in growing up?

Healthy eating

-taking responsibility for my choices.

-children as health educators.

Making sense of the media.

 

About the role money plays in their lives including how to manage money, keep it safe, choices about spending money and what influences their choices.

 

1b. Know that limitations are also opportunities for growth andmake the most of our abilities. 21. I know that it is ok for me to make mistakes.

22. I can learn from my mistakes and failures.

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

24.  I know what humility means.

 

CAREERS WEEK

MY MONEY WEEK

 

Good to be Me

I accept myself for who and what I am.

I can recognise when I am feeling worried.

I know how to do something about my worry.

I can stand up for what I think after listening to others and making my own choice.

I understand that the majority view is not always right.

I can behave in an assertive way using appropriate body language and tone of voice.

I can recognise when I am beginning to be overwhelmed by my feelings an can use a calming down strategy.

I know that if I have once been overwhelmed by my feelings and can use a calming down strategy.

I know that if I have once been overwhelmed by my feelings I might easily ‘lose it’ again another time.

Summer term

 

To appreciate the range of national, regional, religious and ethnic identities in the UK.

 

To think about the lives of people living in other places and people with different values and customs

 

 

 

Emotional health and well-being

-valuing myself

-images of me

-what gives me confidence?

-coping with group pressure

 

 

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 you about the people who are important to me.

I know some of the feelings people have when someone close dies or leaves.

I can use some strategies to manage these feelings.

I understand that different people show their feelings in different ways.

I understand that there is not just one way to grieve.

I can help support someone who is unhappy because they have lost someone or something.

I can break friends with someone without hurting their feelings.

I understand when breaking friends might be the best thing to do.

I can think about when to forgive someone.

I can forgive someone.

 

 

Other Faiths: Islam/Judaism

 

 

 

 

SRE

-physical and emotional changes at puberty

How to access support for questions about puberty

Timelines, my changing body

Growing up

Valuing myself

Coping with my emotions

Personal hygiene

stereotypes

 

PSHE

-transition

Gaining support and help – accessing information

 

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 know that many children have mixed feelings about going to secondary school.

I know that it is natural to be wary of change and can tell you why.

I know that all feelings, including uncomfortable ones, have a purpose and give us information.

I know that when I move to secondary school many things in my life will stay the same.

I have some strategies for managing the feelings that I might experience when I change schools.

I understand why I behave the way I do sometimes when I feel uncomfortable.

I try to understand other people’s behaviour by thinking about what they might be feeling or thinking.

I can tell you about how people might feel and behave when they go to a new school.

I can tell you some of the good things about me that my classmates like and value.