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PSHCE

Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Economic (PSHCE) Education focusses on helping children and young people develop fully as individuals and as members of families and social and economic communities. Its goal is to equip young people with the knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills to live healthily, safely, productively and responsibly.

At St. Monica’s the PSHE Curriculum is taught alongside the Relationships and Sex Education curriculum in which children learn about the emotional, social and physical aspects of growing up and having relationships in an age appropriate way. We use an adapted version of the Croyden RSE scheme of work, tightly linked to the recommendations of the Catholic Education Society.

Our schemes and plans can be found at the bottom of the page. The first table shows the titles of the topics we teach over the year in each of the classes.

 

Half term 1

Half term 2

Half term 3

Half term 4

Half term 5

Half term 6

YR

 

RSE Myself and others

RSE Family Networks

RSE Body Awareness

RSE Hygiene

Y1

How do we decide how to behave?

RSE Choices

 

What can we do with money?

RSE Family

 

 

How do we keep safe?

RSE Body Parts

 

How do we feel?

RSE Friendships

 

 

What makes us special?

RSE Myself and Others

Y2

How can we help?

RSE Body Development

What is bullying?

How can we be healthy?

RSE Looking after the body

How do we show our feelings?

RSE Secrets

 

How can we keep safe in different places?

RSE Safety

 

Y3

What are the rules that keep us safe?

RSE Safety

 

What can we do about bullying?

RSE Differences and Similarities

What are we responsible for?

RSE Decision making

How can we describe our feelings?

RSE Self esteem

 

How can we eat well?

 

What jobs would we like?

 

Y4

What are we?

RSE Assertiveness

 

How can we be a good friend?

RSE Emotions

How can we manage our money?

 

What choices help health?

 

How can we keep safe in our local area?

 

RSE Change

 

Y5

What makes a community?

RSE Support Networks

What does discrimination mean?

How do we grow and change?

RSE Relationships

RSE Puberty and Hygiene

How can we be safe online and using social media?

What makes us enterprising?

Y6

What makes a healthy and happy relationship?

RSE Resolving Conflict in Relationships

What are human rights?

 RSE Stereotyping

 

How can money affect us?

What affects our health and wellbeing?

What can we do about risk?

RSE Taking Risks

The school RSE scheme can be found on our web site at https://www.stmonicasprimary.co.uk/warrington/primary/stmonicas/site/pages/policies/education

The way this links to the Catholic Education Service’s recommended scheme can be seen here:
(Relationship and Sex Education Scheme of Work)

Here are some useful web sites to explore to support your child’s learning in PSHCE:

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