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Equality and Diversity Letter 12 June 2019

 

No Outsiders Letter 15 March 2019

 

 

PSHE School Overview

 

 

Autumn Term

 

Spring Term

Summer Term

Core

Themes:

Core Theme 1: Health and Wellbeing

 

Core Theme 2: Relationships

Core Theme 3: Living in the wider world

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Strands:

 

NO

OUT

SIDERS

 

Week 1

Physical

 

 

NO

OUT

SIDERS

 

Week 1

Relationships

 

 

NO

OUT

SIDERS

 

Week 1

Social

 

 

NO

OUT

SIDERS

 

Week 1

Emotional

 

NO

OUT

SIDERS

 

Week 1

Economic

Wellbeing

 

NO

OUT

SIDERS

Week 1

Being a

Responsible

Citizen

 

Y1

 

My Grandpa is Amazing by Nick Butterworth

LO: to recognise that people are different ages

Keeping safe

And healthy

Max the Champion by S. Stockdale

LO: to understand that our bodies work in different ways.

Growing and

Caring for Ourselves

Elmer by  David McKee

LO: to like the way I am

Beginning to

Understand me and others

My World, your World by Melanie Walsh

LO: to understand that we share the word with lots of people

Knowing what to do

 

N/A

Learning About Money

Ten Little Pirates by Mike Brownlow and Simon Rickerty

LO: to play with boys and girls

Taking Part

And Belonging

 

Y2

 

The Odd Egg by Emily Gravett

LO: to understand what makes someone feel proud

Keeping myself health

The Great big book of families by M.Hoffman

LO: To understand what diversity is

Differences

 

Blown Away by Rob Biddulph

LO: to be able to work with everyone in my class

Others and me in my

class

 

Just because by Rebecca Elliot

LO: to feel proud of being different

Developing Confidence

 

N/A

Keeping Money Safe

 

The First Slodge by Jeanne Willis

LO: to understand how we share the world

Rights and

Responsibilities

Y3

 

Two Monsters by David McKee

LO: to find a solution to a problem

Safe and healthy

at home, school and

locally

Oliver by Birgitta Sif

LO: to understand how difference can affect someone

Valuing differences

And keeping safe

 

The Hueys in the New Jumper by Oliver Jeffers

LO: Use strategies to help someone who feels different

Supporting friends

And other people

 

Beegu by Alexis Deacon

LO: to be welcoming

More about me

 

N/A

Let’s Go Shopping

 

This is our house by Michael Rosen

LO: to understand what discrimination means

Diversity and

Society

 

Y4

 

King and King by L.de Hann and S.Nijland

LO: to understand why people choose to get married

Helping others

To keep safe

Red: A crayon's story by Michael Hall

LO: to be who you want to be

Growing Up

 

The Flower by John Light

LO: to ask questions

Who are these people?

Dogs don't do ballet by A.Kemp and S.Ogilvie

LO: to know when to be assertive

Taking more control

 

N/A

Work and Money

 

The Way back home by Oliver Jeffers

LO: to overcome language as a barrier

The

Environment and our Rights

Y5

 

Rose Blanche by Ian McEwan and R.Innocenti

LO: to justify my actions

Drug Education

 

The Artist who painted a blue horse by Eric Carle

LO: to appreciate artistic freedom

Changes at Puberty

 

How to heal a broken wing by Bob Graham

LO: to recognise when someone needs help

Being strong

 

Where the Poppies Now Grow by H.Robinson and M.Impey

LO: to learn from our past

Moving on with

Confidence and

clarity

N/A

Let’s Make Money

 

And Tango make Three by J.Richardson and P.Parnell

LO: to accept people who are different from me

The Media and Human Rights

 

Y6

 

The Whisperer by Nick Butterworth

LO: to stand up to discrimination

Safe and healthy

In the future

 

Love you Forever by Robert Munsch

LO: to consider how my life may change as I grow up

Relationships

and reproduction

 

My Princess Boy by C.Kilodavis and S. DeSimone

LO: to promote diversity

Me and my place in

The world

 

The Island by Armin Greder

LO: to challenge the causes of racism

Celebrate the past and welcome the

future

N/A

Money in

My Future

 

Dreams of Freedom by Amnesty International

LO: to recognise my freedom

Democracy and

Government

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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