RSHE Curriculum intent.
As individuals in our ever changing world our RSHE curriculum will promote strong moral values and help us to nurture our children to become caring, responsible and respectful citizens. Through our RSHE curriculum, our children will understand the importance of positive relationships and will know how to care for their mental and physical health and well-being. Most importantly our children will be informed to make good decisions throughout their lives and will be confident to speak up when they feel worried or unsafe.
What does RSHE look like at Alderman Pounder?
At Alderman Pounder we currently teach our Personal, Social, Health and Emotional (PSHE) curriculum through the JIGSAW PSHE scheme which is made up of 6 key units which we cover throughout the year. RHE is taught in Key stage 1 (year 1 and 2) as part of 3 of these units as follows:
Healthy Me (Spring 2):
- What our bodies need to stay healthy.
- Illness prevention and stopping the spread of germs.
- Medicine and household product safety.
- Road Safety
- How to relax and keep calm.
Relationships (Summer 1):
- Relationships within a family
- Taking care of people who are important to us.
- Acceptable and unacceptable contact and behavior.
- How to ask for help.
- Friendships and conflict resolution.
- Keeping secrets and trust.
Changing me (Summer 2):
- Lifecycles of animals and humans (growing)
- Things that have changed or stayed the same about themselves.
- Names of boys and girls body parts.
- Which parts of our bodies are private and why.