PSHCE

The aim of PSHCE is to prepare children for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

 

The personal development of pupils – spiritually, morally, socially and culturally, plays a significant part in their ability to learn and achieve.

Read our PHSCE Policy

Meet the Healthy Eaters

We are the super Healthy Eaters and our job is to help educate both the school and community more about having a healthier lifestyle. This would include what consists of a balanced diet and what activities you could do.

Healthy eating

Meet the Junior Travel Ambassadors

We’re the Junior Travel Ambassadors (JTA). With our shining JTA badges and bundles of enthusiasm, we’re the pupils who think about road safety and transport! We are from all year groups across the school to ensure we represent the whole school.

Children cycling in a circle

Meet the Newshounds

We are a group of Churchfields pupils who are passionate about finding out more about what is happening in our local community, country and the wider world.

Boy and girl reading book together

Meet the School Council

Our School Council is made up of pupils who are elected to represent the views of all pupils and to improve their school.

Boy opening locker in corridor

Curriculum Sequence and Progression

Autumn 1

Y3

Relationships

  • How can we be a good friend and what are families like?

Y4

Relationships

  • How do we treat each other with respect?

Y5

Relationships

  • How can friends communicate safely?

Y6

Relationships

  • What will change as we become more independent?
  • How do friendships change as we grow?

Autumn 2

Y3

Democracy and understanding different political systems

  • What is monarchy?

Y4

Democracy and understanding different political systems

  • What is democracy?

Y5

Democracy and understanding different political systems

  • What is parliamentary government?

Y6

Democracy and understanding different political systems

  • What is socialism?

Spring 1

Y3

Health and well-being

  • What keeps us safe?

Y4

Health and well-being

  • What strengths, skills and interests do we have?

Y5

Health and well-being

  • What makes up our identity?

Y6

Health and well-being

  • How can we keep healthy as we grow?

Spring 2

Y3

Living in the wider world

  • What makes a community?

Y4

Living in the wider world

  • How can our choices make a difference to others and the environment?

Y5

Living in the wider world

  • What decisions can people make with money?

Y6

Living in the wider world

  • How can the media influence people?

Summer 1

Y3

Health and well-being

  • Why should we eat well and look after our teeth? 
  • Why should we keep active and sleep well?

Y4

Health and well-being

  • How can we manage our feelings?

Y5

Health and well-being

  • How can drugs common to everyday life affect health?

Y6

Relationships

  • How we change and grow?

Summer 2

Y3

Preparing to play an active role as citizens

  • What is individual liberty?

Y4

Preparing to play an active role as citizens

  • What is democracy?

Y5

Preparing to play an active role as citizens

  • What is the rule of law?

Y6

Preparing to play an active role as citizens

  • What is respect and tolerance?

Curriculum – weekly lessons

Week 1

Rules, expectations and presentation

Week 2

Outcome

  • To assess how friendships support wellbeing

Week 3

Outcome

  • To explain how friendships support wellbeing of others

Week 4

Outcome

  • To recognise how to manage friendships

Week 5

Outcome

  • To contrast different family combinations

Week 6

Outcome

  • To identify how families care and support each other

Week 7

Outcome

  • To describe the importance of shared experiences in family life

Week 8

Outcome

  • To assess knowledge and understanding of how we can be a good friend and what families are like

Week 1

Outcome

  • To explain what is meant by monarchy

Week 2

Outcome

  • To compare historic monarchies

Week 3

Outcome

  • To recognise features of modern monarchies

Week 4

Outcome

  • To identify powerful monarchies in the world today

Week 5

Outcome

  • To discuss the future role of monarchy

Week 6

Outcome

  • To assess my knowledge and understanding of monarchy

Week 7

Outcome

  • To debate the best kind of monarchy

Week 1

Outcome

  • To discuss how risks can be controlled

Week 2

Outcome

  • To apply controlling risk to everyday situations

Week 3

Outcome

  • To use strategies to respond to negative pressure

Week 4

Outcome

  • To recognise that safety and privacy are rights

Week 5

Outcome

  • To summarise everyday health and hygiene routines
  • To assess knowledge and understanding about what keeps us safe

Week 6

Outcome

  • To assess accidents and make good decisions

Week 1

Outcome

  • To discuss and compare different groups within my community

Week 2

Outcome

  • To recognise different values of belonging to a community

Week 3

Outcome

  • To analyse different communities within society

Week 4

Outcome

  • To explain how communities help to make everyone feel included

Week 5

Outcome

  • To explore the meaning of respectful behaviour within our community

Week 6

Outcome

  • To identify a range of actions that impact different communities
  • To assess knowledge and understanding of what makes a community

Week 1

Outcome

  • To identify key aspects of physical health

Week 2

Outcome

  • To illustrate the importance of a balanced diet

Week 3

Outcome

  • To recognise the importance of oral hygiene

Week 4

Outcome

  • To justify the health benefits of physical activity

Week 5

Outcome

  • To summarise health benefits and routines around sleep
  • To assess knowledge and understanding of health and well-being

Week 6

Outcome

  • To make healthy lifestyle choices

Week 1

Outcome

  • To examine the right of freedom of expression

Week 2

Outcome

  • To explain the meanings of key freedoms

Week 3

Outcome

  • To explain the importance of the Magna Carta

Week 4

Outcome

  • To illustrate Human Rights

Week 5

Outcome

  • To examine children’s special rights

Week 6

Outcome

  • To recognise rights in real life situations

Week 1

Rules, systems, expectations

Week 2

Outcome

  • To demonstrate how behaviour affects myself and others, including online behaviour

Week 3

Outcome

  • To explain how being polite and courteous in different situations and recognise the respectful behaviour that should be received

Week 4

Outcome

  • To explain the link between rights and responsibilities and those of a child

Week 5

Outcome

  • To revise my understanding of the terms “secrecy” and “privacy”

Week 6

Outcome

  • To evaluate why it is important to ensure that everyone feels included

Week 7

Outcome

  • To demonstrate appropriate responses to different negative behaviours

Week 1

Outcome

  • To explain the origins and types of democracy

Week 2

Outcome

  • To discuss the development of democracy

Week 3

Outcome

  • To explain how democracy works

Week 4

Outcome

  • To discuss why elections happen

Week 5

Outcome

  • To recognise that not everyone has democracy

Week 6

Outcome

  • To assess my knowledge and understanding of democracy

Week 7

Outcome

  • To debate the future of democracy

Week 1

Outcome

  • To recognise qualities that make people unique

Week 2

Outcome

  • To illustrate the importance of self-esteem and how to maintain it

Week 3

Outcome

  • To analyse personal qualities and achievements

Week 4

Outcome

  • To set goals with achievable steps

Week 5

Outcome

  • To use strategies to overcome set-backs (+assessment)

Week 6

Outcome

  • To assess and review goals for the end of year 4

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 1

Outcome

  • To discuss what emotions and feelings are and how they arise

Week 2

Outcome

  • To assess strategies for expressing feelings

Week 3

Outcome

  • To recognise that feelings and emotions change

Week 4

Outcome

  • To develop strategies for coping with loss and change

Week 5

Outcome

  • To manage everyday feelings
    (+assessment)

Week 6

Outcome

  • To practise emotional intelligence

Week 1

Outcome

  • To discuss the development of UK democracy

Week 2

Outcome

  • To examine how decisions are made in UK democracy

Week 3

Outcome

  • To demonstrate how debates work in Parliament

Week 4

Outcome

  • To demonstrate how elections work

Week 5

Outcome

  • To debate fairness in a democracy

Week 5

Outcome

  • To make a decision democratically

Week 1

Rules, systems, expectations

Week 2

Outcome

  • To compare different types of relationships

Week 3

Outcome

  • To distinguish how friends and family communicate together and explain why this is important

Week 4

Outcome

  • To critique the term “know somebody”

Week 5

Outcome

  • France residential and Harvest Festival rehearsal

Week 6

Outcome

  • To recognise risk in relationships and act on this appropriately

Week 7

Outcome

  • To analyse the types of online content and the importance of giving and ensuring consent is given for online usage

Week 8

Outcome

  • To explore appropriate ways to ask for help or advice and respond appropriately

Week 1

Outcome

  • To compare parliamentary and presidential government

Week 2

Outcome

  • To describe the structure of UK Parliament

Week 3

Outcome

  • To compare the Houses of Commons and Lords

Week 4

Outcome

  • To recap general elections and compare voting systems

Week 5

Outcome

  • To discuss how parliament makes laws

Week 6

Outcome

  • To assess my knowledge and understanding of parliamentary government

Week 7

Outcome

  • To debate the future of parliaments

Week 1

Outcome

  • To explain factors that make up a person’s identity

Week 2

Outcome

  • To recognise similarities and differences in people’s identities

Week 3

Outcome

  • To question the factual accuracy of stereotypes

Week 4

Outcome

  • To challenge assumptions about others

Week 5

Outcome

  • To employ strategies to support others
  • To assess knowledge and understanding of identity

Week 6

Outcome

  • To use learning to create role-play

Week 1

Outcome

  • To recognise what makes something valuable for money

Week 2

Outcome

  • To identify different methods of tracking finances and savings

Week 3

Outcome

  • To analyse how money can affect people’s feelings and emotions

Week 4

Outcome

  • To understand how retailers try to influence our spending

Week 5

Outcome

  • To recognise the risks associated with money

Week 6

Outcome

  • To analyse how our economy works and is sustained
  • To assess knowledge and understanding of decisions people can make with money and jobs would like

Week 1

Outcome

  • To summarise the purpose, applications and effects of legal drugs

Week 2

Outcome

  • To explain why some drugs are illegal

Week 3

Outcome

  • To analyse laws about drugs

Week 4

Outcome

  • To illustrate how legal drugs can be used safely

Week 5

Outcome

  • To identify features and effects of drug addiction
  • To assess knowledge and understanding of how drugs effect health

Week 6

Outcome

  • To explain how and where to get advice and support about drugs

Week 1

Outcome

  • To know what is meant by obeying the law

Week 2

Outcome

  • To recall how laws are created

Week 3

Outcome

  • To compare different kinds of rules and laws

Week 4

Outcome

  • To explain how the justice system works

Week 5

Outcome

  • To recognise law around us
  • Quiz: To assess my understanding of law

Week 6

Outcome

  • To examine real laws around us

Week 1

Rules, systems, expectations

Week 2

Outcome

  • To explain how adults can choose to be part of a committed relationship or not, including marriage or civil partnership

Week 3

Outcome

  • To assess some of the laws that are involved in marriage and explain their importance

Week 4

Outcome

  • To manage changes that will occur throughout childhood

Week 5

Outcome

  • To acknowledge that friendships may change overtime and manage these effectively

Week 6

Outcome

  • To recognise changes, independence and increased responsibility as we age

Week 7

Outcome

  • To  explain how and when to seek help about lifestyle changes

Week 8

Outcome

  • To explain how adults can choose to be part of a committed relationship or not, including marriage or civil partnership

Week 1

Outcome

  • To discuss what is meant by socialism

Week 2

Outcome

  • To describe the development of socialism

Week 3

Outcome

  • To compare different types of socialism

Week 4

Outcome

  • To describe how socialism works

Week 5

Outcome

  • To discuss life under socialism

Week 6

Outcome

  • To assess my knowledge

Week 7

Outcome

  • To debate whether socialism is relevant today

Week 1

Outcome

  • To identify features of a healthy physical state

Week 2

Outcome

  • To identify features of a healthy mental state

Week 3

Outcome

  • To compare healthy and unhealthy habits

Week 4

Outcome

  • To recognise the role of pursuing interests in enhancing well-being

Week 5

Outcome

  • To uphold my own and others’ rights
  • To assess knowledge and understanding of how to keep healthy

Week 6

Outcome

  • To make my own independent choices

Week 1

Outcome

  • To analyse different rules of social media and its importance

Week 2

Outcome

  • To interpret different messages from the media and how they can influence decision making

Week 3

Outcome

  • To evaluate the reliability of different types of content online

Week 4

Outcome

  • To explain the important of decision making when viewing content online

Week 5

Outcome

  • To discuss and understand how to respond to information viewed online

Week 6

Outcome

  • To identify and explore how the media can affect an individual’s wellbeing
  • To assess knowledge and understanding of how the media can influence people?

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 1

Outcome

  • To explain the development of tolerance and respect in the UK

Week 2

Outcome

  • To examine how words matter
  • To dramatize respect for appearance and how we speak

Week 3

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Week 4

Outcome

  • To compare respect for beliefs now and in the past

Week 5

Outcome

  • To recognise respect at home and at work
  • Quiz: To assess my knowledge of tolerance and respect

Week 6

Outcome

  • To discuss intergenerational respect

Beyond the National Curriculum