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P.S.H.E

The PSHE curriculum promotes pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development as well as teaching them how to stay safe. Cannon Lane follows the 'You, Me, PSHE' scheme that is supported by the PSHE Association.

 

It enables pupils to develop the knowledge and understanding of their own and different beliefs, financial wellbeing, tobacco, drug and alcohol education, mental and physical health and wellbeing. We prepare children to understand their rights, responsibilities, develop integrity and independence in building respect for their environments and communities.

 

At Cannon Lane, we want children to have the vocabulary to talk about mental health and an understanding of how to stay healthy physically by learning how to make healthy choices. We want children to understand how to manage money more responsibly and how to develop healthy relationships.  We do this through the teaching of our curriculum, which you can see a breakdown of at the bottom of the page.

Curriculum Overview

 

Our Vision: Through teaching our PSHE curriculum, we hope to provide our children with the language and tools they need so that they can be happy, safe and successful for the rest of their lives.

 

Early Years

EYFS follows a separate curriculum. Cannon Lane are early adopters of the new EYFS curriculum. PSHE in EYFS is covered in all aspects of the curriculum, but is especially focused in Personal, Social and Emotional Development. This area of learning provides opportunities for children to develop positive attitudes about themselves and those around them. We want children to become valued members of the class and shape their own identity through an increasing awareness of their own needs and the needs of others. This area of learning helps children to develop positive dispositions to learning, to be cooperative and communicative. It helps to develop and show an understanding of what is right and wrong and begin to consider the reasons why and developing an understanding that there are always consequences to a particular behaviour, whether rewards or sanctions. It supports the development of social skills by providing opportunities that enable children to learn how to socially respond and work with one another.‚Äč

 

Year Group Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Year 1
  • Feeling Safe
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing: Understand our feelings 
  • What do we put into and on our bodies?
  • RSE: Christopher Winter Project
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing: Fun Times
  • My Money
Year 2
  • Keeping Safe indoors and Outdoors 
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing: Friendship
  • Medicines and Me 
  • RSE: Christopher Winter Project
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing: What Keeps me healthy
  • My Money
Year 3
  • Bullying: Say it, see it, stop it
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing: Strengths and challenges
  • Tobacco is a drug
  • RSE: Christopher Winter Project
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing: What helps me choose
  • Saving, spending and budgeting
Year 4
  • Keeping Safe: Playing safe
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing: Strengths and challenges
  • Making Choices
  • RSE: Christopher Winter Project
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing: What is important to me 
  • Saving, spending and budgeting
Year 5
  • When things go wrong
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing: Dealing with feelings
  • Different Influences
  • RSE: Christopher Winter Project
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing: In the media
  • Borrowing and earning
Year 6
  • Keeping safe: Out and about
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing: Healthy Minds
  • Weighing up risk 
  • RSE: Christopher Winter Project
  • Physical Health and Wellbeing: In the media 
  • Borrowing and earning

 

PSHE may be taught differently than other subjects at Cannon Lane. Here are some of the teaching strategies that may be used:

 

(Taken from You, Me, PSHE)

 

Taylor McCurdy 

EYFS Teacher & PSHE Lead 

Cannon Lane Primary School

 

 

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