Moor Nook Primary School PSHE Curriculum Content
Please find below the PSHE curriculum.
Personal, Social, Health Education Curriculum Document
Statement of Intent Our PSHE curriculum enables children to become healthy, independent, and responsible members of society.  It aims to help them understand how they are developing personally and socially, and tackles many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. PSHE is implemented alongside our Values Based Education which promotes a school ethos that is underpinned by core values and British values. These values support the development of the whole child as a reflective learner within a calm, caring, happy and purposeful atmosphere. As a result of a well-structured curriculum we will develop independent children who are able to make choices with core values embedded, and be a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community.
Aims During their education at Moor Nook Community Primary School we aim for all our children:
To have respect for themselves and others, valuing the differences and similarities between people;
To develop good relationships with other members of the school and wider community;
To be independent, self-disciplined and responsible members of society;
To be positive and active members of a democratic society;
To raise aspirations and equip children with the knowledge and skills of careers for the future.
To develop self-confidence and self-esteem, and make informed choices regarding personal and social issues;
To know and understand what constitutes a healthy lifestyle;
Will be aware of safety issues and manage risk in their own lives.
To be aware of potential risks in the online world and how best we can stay safe.
EYFS Show an understanding of their own feelings and those of others, and begin to regulate their behaviour accordingly.
Set and work towards simple goals, being able to wait for what they want and control their immediate impulses when appropriate.
Give focused attention to what the teacher says, responding appropriately even when engaged in activity, and show an ability to follow instructions involving several ideas or actions.
Be confident to try new activities and show independence, resilience and perseverance in the face of challenge.
Explain the reasons for rules, know right from wrong and try to behave accordingly.
Manage their own basic hygiene and personal needs, including dressing, going to the toilet and understanding the importance of healthy food choices.
Work and play cooperatively and take turns with others.
Form positive attachments to adults and friendships with peers.
Show sensitivity to their own and to others’ needs.
Year 1 Roles of different people.
Families, feeling cared for.
Recognising privacy; staying safe; seeking permission.
How behaviour affects others; being polite and respectful.
What rules are; caring for others’ needs; looking after the environment.
Using the internet and digital devices; communicating online.
Strengths and interests; jobs in the community.
Keeping healthy; food and exercise, hygiene routines; sun safety.
Recognising what makes them unique and special; feelings; managing when things go wrong.
How rules and age restrictions help us; keeping safe online.
Year 2
Making friends; feeling lonely and getting help.
Managing secrets; resisting pressure and getting help; recognising hurtful behaviour.
Recognising things in common and differences; playing and working cooperatively;
sharing opinions.
Belonging to a group; roles and responsibilities; being the same and different in the community.
The internet in everyday life; online content and information.
What money is; needs and wants; looking after money.
Why sleep is important; medicines and keeping healthy; keeping teeth healthy; managing feelings and asking for help.
Growing older; naming body parts; moving class or year.
Safety in different environments; risk and safety at home; emergencies.
Year 3 What makes a family; features of family life.
Personal boundaries; safely responding to others; the impact of hurtful behaviour.
Recognising respectful behaviour; the importance of self-respect; courtesy and being polite.
The value of rules and laws; rights, freedoms and responsibilities.
How the internet is used; assessing information online.
Different jobs and skills; job stereotypes; setting personal goals.
Health choices and habits; what affects feelings; expressing feelings.
Personal strengths and achievements; managing and re- framing setbacks.
Risks and hazards; safety in the local environment and unfamiliar places.
Year 4 Positive friendships, including online.
Responding to hurtful behaviour; managing confidentiality; recognising risks online.
Respecting differences and similarities; discussing difference sensitively.
What makes a community; shared responsibilities.
How data is shared and used.
Making decisions about money; using and keeping money safe.
Maintaining a balanced lifestyle; oral hygiene and dental care.
Personal identity; recognising individuality and different qualities; mental wellbeing.
Medicines and household products; drugs common to everyday life.
Year 5 Managing friendships and peer influence.
Physical contact and feeling safe.
Responding respectfully to a wide range of people; recognising prejudice and discrimination.
Protecting the environment; compassion towards others.
How information online is targeted; different media types, their role and impact.
Identifying job interests and aspirations; what influences career choices; workplace stereotypes.
Healthy sleep habits; sun safety; medicines, vaccinations, immunisations and allergies.
Physical and emotional changes in puberty; external genitalia; personal hygiene routines; support with puberty (statutory).
Keeping safe in different situations, including responding in emergencies, first aid.
Year 6 Attraction to others; romantic relationships; civil partnership and marriage.
Recognising and managing pressure; consent in different situations.
Expressing opinions and respecting other points of view, including discussing topical issues.
Valuing diversity; challenging discrimination and stereotypes.
Evaluating media sources; sharing things online.
Influences and attitudes to money; money and financial risks.
What affects mental health and ways to take care of it; managing change, loss and bereavement managing time online.
Human reproduction and birth (non-statutory); increasing independence; managing transition.
Keeping personal information safe; regulations and choices; drug use and the law; drug use and the media.