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Year Groups

PSHE Progression of Skills

Lesson Content / Questions

Year R

H21. to recognise what makes them special

H22. to recognise the ways in which we are all unique

H23. to identify what they are good at, what they like and dislike

H24. how to manage when finding things difficult

H25. to name the main parts of the body including external genitalia (e.g. vulva, vagina, penis, testicles)

H26. about growing and changing from young to old and how people’s needs change

H27. about preparing to move to a new class/year group

  • What is different about us?
  • Baby Pictures – Can you see what is different?
  • Introduce the science terms – vagina, penis, testicles
  • Life Cycles – What ages of people do you have in your family?
  • Taking Care of Ourselves – Why do we wash our hands? Why do we have a shower or bath?
  • Relationships – Who are our friends? Who is in our families?
  • Respect – Why do we wear a swimsuit at the pool?

Year 1

Year 2

H21. to recognise what makes them special

H22. to recognise the ways in which we are all unique

H23. to identify what they are good at, what they like and dislike

H24. how to manage when finding things difficult

H25. to name the main parts of the body including external genitalia (e.g. vulva, vagina, penis, testicles)

H26. about growing and changing from young to old and how people’s needs change

H27. about preparing to move to a new class/year group

  • What is different about us? Baby Pictures – Can you see what is different?
  • Recall the science terms: vagina, penis, testicles – Why do we use science language?
  • Life Cycles – What ages of people do you have in your family?
  • Taking Care of Ourselves – Why do we wash our hands? Why do we have a shower or bath?
  • Relationships – Who are our friends? Who is in our families?
  • Respect – Why do we wear a swimsuit at the pool?
  • Safe Adults / Safe Spaces– Who can we talk to if we are worried?

Year 3

H25. about personal identity; what contributes to who we are (e.g. ethnicity, family, gender, faith, culture, hobbies, likes/dislikes)

 

H26. that for some people gender identity does not correspond with their biological sex

 

H27. to recognise their individuality and personal qualities

 

H28. to identify personal strengths, skills, achievements and interests and how these contribute to a sense of self-worth

 

H29. about how to manage setbacks/perceived failures, including how to re-frame unhelpful thinking

 

H30. to identify the external genitalia and internal reproductive organs in males and females and how the process of puberty relates to human reproduction

 

H31. about the physical and emotional changes that happen when approaching and during puberty (including menstruation, key facts about the menstrual cycle and menstrual wellbeing, erections and wet dreams)

 

H32. about how hygiene routines change during the time of puberty, the importance of keeping clean and how to maintain personal hygiene

 

H33. about the processes of reproduction and birth as part of the human life cycle; how babies are conceived and born (and that there are ways to prevent a baby being made); how babies need to be cared for

 

H34. about where to get more information, help and advice about growing and changing, especially about puberty

 

H35. about the new opportunities and responsibilities that increasing independence may bring

 

H36. strategies to manage transitions between classes and key stages

  • Peoples jobs, faiths, culture, abilities and skills – What do we think these people might do?
  • A world of opportunities – Who can tell you what to do?
  • Super Skills – What are you good at? What makes you amazing?
  • Physical Differences – What makes us different? How did you get here?
  • Growing Up – How do you feel about growing up? How do people change as they get older?
  • Respect – How do I show respect? What kind of respect do I expect from others?
  • Safe Adults / Safe Spaces– Who can we talk to if we are worried?

Year 4

  • Super Skills – What are you good at? What makes you amazing?
  • A world of opportunities – Who can tell you what to do?
  • Growing Up – How do you feel about growing up? How do people change as they get older? What will happen to my body when I change (Puberty)? How to keep healthy and happy during changes?
  • Respect – How do I show respect? What kind of respect do I expect from others?
  • Worry Busters – How can I tell fact from fiction? Who has the information I need?
  • Safe Adults / Safe Spaces– Who can we talk to if we are worried?

Year 5

  • Growing Up – How do you feel about growing up? How do people change as they get older? Puberty and Periods / erections and wet dreams – How to keep healthy and happy during changes? When will my body change?
  • Older and Wiser – What responsibilities will I have as I get older?
  • Respect – How do I show respect? What kind of respect do I expect from others?
  • Worry Busters – How can I tell fact from fiction? Who has the information I need?
  • Respect – How do I show respect? What kind of respect do I expect from others?
  • Safe Adults / Safe Spaces– Who can we talk to if we are worried?

Year 6

  • Growing Up – How do you feel about growing up? How to keep healthy and happy during changes? When will my body change?
  • Older and Wiser – What responsibilities will I have as I get older?
  • Making Babies – Why does my body have to change? Does everyone have to have babies?
  • Respect – How do I show respect? What kind of respect do I expect from others?
  • Worry Busters – How can I tell fact from fiction? Who has the information I need?
  • Respect – How do I show respect? What kind of respect do I expect from others?
  • Safe Adults / Safe Spaces– Who can we talk to if we are worried?