Y3 Personal, Social and Health Education

PSHE Cycle A Autumn term
MMR 9 - Beginning and belonging
Children will:
  • Be able to contribute ideas to discussions about ground rules for the class, and to take an active part in activities to help build cooperative relationships in the class.
  • Be able to identify emotions that they or someone else might feel in a new situation, and will know some ways to help someone who is new to the class and the school.
  • Be able to identify people at home, at school and in other contexts of their lives to include in their support networks.
  • Know how they can access support and some ways they can help other people.
Cit 6 - Working together
Children will:
  • Be able to identify their own strengths and skills and those of others.
  • Be able to identify skills they would like to develop.
  • Take part in a class learning challenge.
  • Know how to show they are listening using their body, express opinions confidently and ask open questions.
  • Be able to work as a group to make decisions and solve a problem.
  • Know how different people can contribute to a group task.
  • Be able to persevere at a task.
  • Be able to evaluate a group task, including giving and receiving feedback.
MMR 12: Anti-bullying (including anti –bullying week)
Children will:
  • Understand that bullying is deliberately hurtful behaviour and be able to give a range of examples of different forms of bullying including simple forms of cyberbullying.
  • Understand that sometimes people are bullied because of issues relating to their identity e.g. ethnicity, religion, culture or family life.
  • Be able to describe the feelings of those involved in bullying including those who bully others.
  • Be able to describe and demonstrate a number of assertiveness techniques when responding to bullying and be starting to show that they can support a child in a bullying situation.
  • Be able to provide reasons for why bullying may occur in certain parts of the school and suggest a range of strategies to make the school a safer place where bullying is less likely to occur.
PSHE Cycle B Autumn term
Cit 8 - Rights, Rules and Responsibilities.
Children will:
  • Be able to explain the difference between wants and needs.
  • Be able to explain why rights are important.
  • Be able to explain that rights come with responsibilities and explain how these responsibilities affect their actions.
  • Be able to explain why rules are needed and be able to identify those which are necessary and useful.
  • Participate in making class ground rules and show or explain what following the rules looks like.
  • Suggest different ways of making a decision and ways they can influence decision making in school.
  • Be able to describe what a representative does.
  • Take part in simple debating and voting.
MMR 11 - Family and Friends
Children will:
  • Be able to describe some of the qualities of a good friend, and to have developed strategies for making and keeping friends.
  • Understand and be able to cope with changes in friendship patterns, and know some ways to resolve conflict and other issues in friendships.
  • Be able to identify similarities and differences between themselves and their peers, and be able to recognise there are sometimes different points of view in a situation.
  • Be able to identify special people in their support networks, and know from whom and how to access support.
  • Be able to recognise that people live in different family patterns.
Cit 7: Diversity and Communities (including anti –bullying week)
Children will:
  • Be able to describe aspects of their identity, and to recognise similarities and differences between themselves and others.
  • Recognise difference and respect diversity, including the importance of recognising and challenging stereotypes.
  • Know about groups and communities that exist locally, and the roles some people play in the community.
  • Understand some different forms the media can take and some of what it does.
  • Understand some of the needs of and how to care for the local environment.
  • Know about the needs of animals, including pets, and the responsibilities of humans towards them.
PSHE Cycle A Spring term
HSL 11: Managing risk
Children will:
  • Be able to give an example of a physical, a social and an emotional risk.
  • Be able to give an example of how their friends might affect their decisions about risky situations.
  • Be able to name some emotions they might feel in a risky situation and how these might affect their body.
  • Be able to explain a strategy they could use for decision making in risky situations.
  • Be able to suggest ways of reducing risk in everyday situations and recognise ways of preventing accidents.
  • Be able to name some people they could ask for help in a risky situation.
  • Be able to recognise an emergency and suggest suitable action.
HSL 12 - Safety contexts
Children will:
  • Know the 5 elements of the Green Cross Code and describe the types of clothing which make them easily visible to traffic.
  • Understand the dangers of fire, including smoke inhalation and be able to suggest some simple courses of action they can take.
  • Know some safety rules for beaches and inland waterways.
  • Be able to suggest some general rules for safety and ways they can contribute to their own safety on a school trip.
  • Be able to describe preventable and unintentional accidents.
MMR 10 - My emotions
Children will:
  • Be able to recognise and communicate how they are feeling.
  • Be able to recognise and describe feelings in others, using non verbal as well as spoken cues.
  • Have developed some strategies to deal with their own strong emotions and with feeling overwhelmed.
  • Know that there is a link between thoughts, feelings and behaviour.
  • Understand that how they feel can affect how they approach and tackle tasks and have some strategies for remaining positive.
  • Have developed some understanding of the 'fight or flight' response and how this can affect behaviour.
  • Begin to use a simple problem solving process, sometimes independently, and have some strategies to solve a problem.
  • Know what it feels and looks like to be assertive and when it might be appropriate.
PSHE Cycle B Spring term
HSL 16 - Personal Safety (inc E-Safety)
Children will:
  • Be able to contribute to discussions and listen to other view points about personal safety and take an active part in class activities including using assertive voice and body language
  • Be able to identify trusted adults to include in their Network of Support, and who they can go to if they have a worry or a 'no' or 'I'm not sure' feeling.
  • Be able to explain what their 'sixth sense' is and how this contributes to assessing different levels of risk.
  • Be able to identify the difference between good and bad secrets and tricks as well as 'yes' and 'no' touches, understanding that they are able to say 'no' and tell someone on their Network of Support
  • Be able to identify and name body parts, including the sexual parts.
E-safety
Children will:
  • Describe some risky situations they might face and say what they can do to feel as safe as possible
  • Describe their current online activity and identify the risks involved in their own use of technology
  • Recognise when they feel uncomfortable when they see or hear something online, and know how to access help
  • Know, understand and be able to apply the SMART rules for keeping safe online
  • Communicate rules and strategies for keeping safe online to others
HSL 15 - Drug Education
Children will:
  • Be able to name some medical and legal recreational drugs.
  • Have a basic understanding of how a drug can enter the body and the bloodstream.
  • Be able to explain some ways in which medicines are used and describe some of the professionals who work with them.
  • Have clear ideas about medicine safety and have some ideas for keeping safe and asking for help.
  • Know that nicotine and alcohol are drugs and describe some of their effects.
  • Have begun to consider why some people choose to use nicotine and alcohol.
  • Have thought about influence and persuasion and will demonstrate some skills to counter these.
PSHE Cycle A Summer term
HSL 13 - sex and relationships
Children will:
  • Be able to give a list of the main external parts of male and female bodies and may use some scientific names for these.
  • Be able to use the scientific terms penis, testicles, breast and vagina and explain which parts are male and which are female.
  • Be able to give several examples of the capabilities of their own bodies.
  • Be able to describe familiar hygiene routines such as brushing teeth and washing hair, and understand the reasons for doing these things.
  • Be able to look forward to new areas of responsibility for their personal hygiene.
  • Be able to explain how common illnesses such as colds or tummy bugs are spread and be able to describe how they can prevent the spread of one such illness.
MMR 13 - Managing change
Children will:
  • Be able to identify changes that they and other children may experience in their lives.
  • Be able to name emotions that may be involved in loss and change situations, and have some strategies for coping with them.
  • Know what helps or hinders when they are experiencing difficult emotions.
  • Understand how someone who experiences bereavement might feel.
  • Know who they can talk to if they are experiencing difficult emotions, and how to ask for help.
  • Be able to plan to make a chosen change happen.
PSHE Cycle B Summer term
HSL 13 - sex and relationships
Children will:
  • Be able to give a list of the main external parts of male and female bodies and may use some scientific names for these.
  • Be able to use the scientific terms penis, testicles, breast and vagina and explain which parts are male and which are female.
  • Be able to give several examples of the capabilities of their own bodies.
  • Be able to describe familiar hygiene routines such as brushing teeth and washing hair, and understand the reasons for doing these things.
  • Be able to look forward to new areas of responsibility for their personal hygiene.
  • Be able to explain how common illnesses such as colds or tummy bugs are spread and be able to describe how they can prevent the spread of one such illness.
HSL 14 - Healthy lifestyles
Children will:
  • Know that they can make choices which are healthy or unhealthy and reflect on their own lifestyle.
  • Know that eating healthily, being active and sleeping all contribute to a healthy lifestyle.
  • Understand some of the reasons people sometimes make unhealthy choices.
  • Be able to talk about some of the physical and mental benefits of exercise.
  • Know that a healthy lifestyle involves choosing a range of activities, some of which will be more active than others.
  • Be able to state some of the influences on food choices and some of the persuasive methods used in advertising.
  • Understand why our bodies need foods from each of the food groups and be able to suggest daily menus or meals.
  • Be able to talk about the benefits of food for our bodies and plan and prepare simple healthy meals or snacks.
  • Know why dental hygiene is important and how they can look after their teeth.