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Year 4

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

New beginnings – including class charters

Taking responsibility for my healthy lifestyle

Bullies, bullying, pressure and risks

Anti-bullying week

Children In Need

Me and my relationships – linked to marriage topic in R.E.

Pedestrian road safety

Issues and dilemmas

Internet safety week

Day for Change (Unicef)

Comic Relief

 

Changes – puberty and hygiene

 

Key concepts and skills

Health and well-being

-To learn how to make informed choices and to begin to understand the concept of a ‘balanced lifestyle’.

-To recognise that they may experience conflicting emotions and when they might need to listen to their emotions or overcome them.

- To understand how their body will, and emotions may, change as they approach and move through puberty.

-To learn about taking care of their body.

-To learn strategies needed for road safety.

-To be safe online, understanding the importance of protecting personal information, including passwords and addresses.

Relationships

-To be aware of different types of relationship, including those between acquaintances, friends, relatives and families.

-To learn that civil partnerships and marriage are examples of stable, loving relationships and a public demonstration of the commitment made between two people who love and care for each other.

-To realise the nature and consequences of discrimination, teasing, bullying and aggressive behaviours.

Living in the wider world- Economic well-being and being a responsible citizen

-To realise the consequences of anti-social and aggressive behaviours such as bullying and discrimination of individuals and communities.

-To understand that there are different kinds of responsibilities, rights and duties at home, at school, in the community and towards the environment.

-To recognise the role of voluntary, community and pressure groups, especially in relation to health and wellbeing.

-To understand that everyone has human rights, and that children have their own special rights set out in the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of the Child.

 

 

 

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