Tattershall Primary School

Tattershall Primary School
Believe, Achieve, Succeed

Tattershall, Lincoln LN4 4QZ T: 01526 342045 E: enquiries@tattershallprimary.lincs.sch.uk

PSHE

Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they
need to manage their lives, now and in the future. It helps children and young people to stay healthy and safe, while preparing them to make the most of life and work. When taught well, PSHE education also helps pupils to achieve their academic potential.

Subject Progression

Autumn Term

Class Theme What we want our children to know: Knowledge Organisers

Reception

  • Routines and rules – why rules are important
  • Families and committed relationships – Who my family is and how they have changed

 

Year 1

  • Healthy and happy friendships - Making friends and getting along
  • Similarities and differences - Recognising strengths and respecting differences

 

Year 2

  • Healthy and happy friendships - What makes a happy friendship?
  • Similarities and differences - Strengths, abilities and stereotypes

 

Year 3/4

  • Healthy and happy friendships - Being a good friend/ Solving friendship difficulties
  • Similarities and differences - Valuing and respecting one another/ Identity and diversity

 

Year 4/5

  • Healthy and happy friendships - Changing friendships/ Solving friendship difficulties
  • Similarities and differences - Identity and diversity/ Celebrating strengths and setting goals

 

Year 6

  • Healthy and happy friendships - Relationships and feelings
  • Similarities and differences - Respectful behaviour online and offline

 

Spring Term

Class Theme What we want our children to know: Knowledge Organisers

Reception

  • Caring and responsibility – Caring for other living things
  • Healthy and happy friendships - Work and play cooperatively and take turns with others

 

Year 1

  • Caring and responsibility - Our special people
  • Families and committed relationships - The importance of family

 

Year 2

  • Caring and responsibility - Special people in our communities
  • Families and committed relationships - The diversity of families

 

Year 3/4

  • Caring and responsibility - Responsibility and boundaries/ Rights and responsibilities
  • Families and committed relationships - Different types of committed relationships/ Families and other relationships

 

Year 4/5

  • Caring and responsibility - Rights and responsibilities/ Caring in the community
  • Families and committed relationships - Families and other relationships/ Healthy, committed relationships

 

Year 6

  • Caring and responsibility - Responsible behaviour as we get older
  • Families and committed relationships - Starting a family (sex education)

 

Summer Term

Class Theme What we want our children to know: Knowledge Organisers

Reception

  • Healthy bodies, healthy minds – looking after our bodies including oral hygiene
  • Coping with change – Changes around them

 

Year 1

  • Healthy bodies, healthy minds - Amazing bodies
  • Coping with change - Growing and changing

 

Year 2

  • Healthy bodies, healthy minds - Staying safe and healthy
  • Coping with change - Growing up and setting goals

 

Year 3/4

  • Healthy bodies, healthy minds - Sleep, food and hygiene/ Influences and personal choices
  • Coping with change - Coping with feelings when things change/ Puberty and hygiene

 

Year 4/5

  • Healthy bodies, healthy minds - Influences and personal choices/ Valuing our bodies and minds
  • Coping with change - Puberty and hygiene/ Puberty and emotions

 

Year 6

  • Healthy bodies, healthy minds - Being the best me
  • Coping with change - Coping with emotional effects of life changes