Curriculum

Curriculum

Our curriculum is based around the National Curriculum 2014.

Overview

The national curriculum is a set of subjects and standards used by primary and secondary schools so children learn the same things. It covers what subjects are taught and the standards children should reach in each subject.

Follow this link to the Department of Education website.

Please use the links below to find out what our children will be taught.

 

Our Curriculum

Curriculum Intent Statement

Our curriculum at Gillamoor is designed to provide a broad and balanced content that has our core Christian values at its heart.  We provide a knowledge-rich, inclusive curriculum in which we develop an appreciation of the wider world and our place and role within it.   

We actively encourage our pupils to become independent, risk-taking learners who are not afraid to step away from their comfort zone to achieve their higher aspirations. 

Gillamoor is a small, rural school with a fun and engaging curriculum that strives to enable all our pupils to become well-rounded global citizens ready to face an ever changing world.  

We give great consideration to experiences and opportunities to grow our pupils’ cultural capital, this sows the seeds of responsibility  

Our sequentially structured academic curriculum leads to children developing a deep understanding and knowledge base and the skills which can be applied across all subjects and to wider life experiences. 

British Values

British values and excellent moral behaviours are at the heart of our school ethos. We believe our core Christian values Loving and caring, Courage, Compassion, Honesty, Thankfulness, Generosity, Respect and Forgiveness are values for life which support British values. Our School community aims to inspire and nuture the love of learning and to develop the full potential of all. We encourage our children to be confident, tolerant and resilient. We have extremely high expectations that our children will be well behaved, well-mannered, empathetic and inclusive at all times.

Through our worship and PSCE curriculum the children explore issues linked to British values. We have worked with local JPs to foster the understanding of right and wrong on the ‘Think before you act’ program. We hold elections in school whenever there is a general election where pupils are encouraged to share their views and learn to be tolerant of the views of others. The children also learn about local, national and global issues and learn about diversity and opportunity.

The whole school community is encouraged to think about and help those less fortunate than ourselves. We support a range of charities which include, locally the Malton food bank and St, Martin’s Hospice, further afield we send shoes boxes to Romania through children in Distress and support Burundi school for the deaf in Kenya. We also take part in national days such as Christmas jumper day and Sport relief.

The children are strongly encouraged to draw from faith, whatever that may be, and understand that we all live in different ways.

Our children are also taught to be confident in their own views without falling out, an important skill to take through to adulthood.

Maths
At Gillamoor CE school our pupils in Years 1 – 6 follow the 2014 National Curriculum for Numeracy. EYFS follow the Early learning goals. We do not use a published scheme of work, instead we use a range of resources to create bespoke lessons that target the individual needs of our pupils.

We teach practical methods of problem solving, leading onto pictorial representation and then numerical presentation. We encourage children to play with numbers and use counting skills throughout the day. This is taught in all areas of the classroom and outdoor area.

 

 

English

Literacy

At Gillamoor CE school we make our literacy lessons exciting to ensure that our pupils are engaged and keen to make progress. Pupils in Years 1 – 6 follow the 2014 National Curriculum for Literacy. EYFS follow the Early learning goals. We do not use a published scheme of work, instead we use a range of resources to create bespoke lessons that target the individual needs of our pupils.

The children are given weekly spellings with a homework sheet that helps them with the definition of the word and gives them other useful information about word families and word structure.  A weekly spelling test is takes place most weeks.

Reading

Reading is really important at Gillamoor CE primary and children are encouraged to read at home with family members. This is then followed by guided reading and 1:1 reading with an adult in school

SPAG

Spelling, punctuation and grammar – this follows the National Curriculum and teaching of this is incorporated into literacy lessons. High standards of SPAG are expected in all curriculum lessons, regardless of the subject.

Phonics

Phonics starts in Reception and we use the Jolly Phonics systematic programme.  More details can be found here.

In the infant Class we use discrete phonic teaching as a starting point. Learning is linked to stories and texts wherever possible and ideas are formulated throughout the week using talk, reading and writing to improve the basic skills of all children. Our guided reading approach uses the best of many schemes.

Home readers are colour coded and draw from similar schemes and ORT primarily.

Science

STEM Week Infants

Stem Week Tuesday

Stem Week Monday

Long Term Plan – Science

Based on NYCC Long Term Plan – Science

Where applicable some changes or single lessons on certain topics may be necessary to fill in gaps for some children and in co-ordination with other subjects, particularly class topics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn

 

Spring

 

 

Summer

 

 

Key Stage 1

 

 

 

Everyday materials and their uses (including light and sound)

Seasonal changes

Animals including humans

Seasonal changes

Plants

Seasonal changes

Living things and their habitats

Seasonal changes

 

 

Key Stage 2 (A)

 

 

 

Light

Sound

Materials

Living things and their habitats

Animals, including humans

 

 

 

Key Stage 2 (B)

 

 

Electricity

Rocks/Evolution and inheritance

Earth and Space

Forces, magnets and motion

Plants

Physical Education

Swimming and Gym Awards 2019

January 2019 BAGA Gymnastics awards

Award 8 – Charlie, Anna, Leo, Ronnie

Award 7 – Chloe, Iris

Award 6 – Jack B, Rufus, Fern, Lucinda, Oscar, Nathan, Mollie, Nancy, Jack F, Seth, Darcey

Award 5 – Poppy, Simeon, Daithi, Connor, Ryan, Oliver J, Benjamin, Sebastian,

Award 4 – Elsie, Obie, Callum, Lewis, Georgia, Natalia, Laura, Reece, Jessie, Eve, Anja

Award 3 – Tyler, Tilly, Oliver B, Olivia Sempers, Abi

Award 2 Becky, Olivia Strickland

Swimming Awards 2018

100% of Gillamoor CE Year 6 pupils achieved the swimming standard

Pupils should be taught to:

  • swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  • use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]
  • perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

Honours – Ed

Gold – Archie, Olivia Sempers

Silver – Olivia Strickland

Bronze – Simeon

1000m – Elisabeth

Level 7 – Alice, Oliver J, Laura

Level 5 – Natalia, Lewis, Obie, Abi, Eve

Level 4 – Benjamin, Ryan, Becky, Georgia, Tyler, Connor, Seth, Lucinda, Jessie

Level 3 – Daithi, Oscar

Level 2 – Rufus, Jack B, Jack F

Level 1 – Nathan, Fern

Gillamoor PE curriculum starting September 2017

Infants

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1

Summer 2

 

Swimming

 

Swimming Swimming Swimming Cricket Cricket

Ball skills

Balance, coordination and agility

 

Gymnastics Dance

Ball skills

Balance, coordination  and agility

Team games

Forest schools

 

Athletics Athletics

 

 

Juniors

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1

Summer 2

 

Swimming

 

Swimming Swimming Swimming Cricket Cricket

Cross country running

Ball skills and team games to include

Football

Tag rugby

Quick sticks hockey

 

Gymnastics Dance

Ball skills and team games to include

Netball

Dodgeball

 

Forest schools

 

Bewerley park outdoor and adventurous activities residential biannually odd years

Athletics

Rounders

Orienteering

Athletics

Tenni

The school regularly takes part in Ryedale cluster sports competitions at Ryedale School and also competitions with other small schools in the Howardian small schools alliance. This is usually in addition to timetabled PE lessons. These competitions are for Key stage 1 and 2.

Swimming 2016/17-

100% of Gillamoor CE Year 6 pupils achieved the swimming standard

Pupils should be taught to:

  • swim competently, confidently and proficiently over a distance of at least 25 metres
  • use a range of strokes effectively [for example, front crawl, backstroke and breaststroke]
  • perform safe self-rescue in different water-based situations

2016/17 Gymnastics and swimming awards

BAGA gymnastics awards.Well done everyone

Award 8 Jack F, Rufus, Lucinda, Daithi, Connor, Eve

Award 7 Abi

Award 6 Lewis, Simeon, Oliver, Benjamin, Ryan

Award 5 Georgia, Becky, Olivia St, Olivia Se, Obie, Tyler, Natalia, Laura, Elisabeth, Alice, Ed

Award 4 Esme, Hannah, Mooie, Megan, Rosie

Award 1 Emilia, Jasmine

 

Swimming awards Well done everyone

Stage 1 Jack F, Jack B, Rufus

Stage 2 Jessie, Lucinda, Connor, Daithi

Stage 3 Tyler, Ryan, Benjamin, Georgia, Becky, Lewis

Stage 4 Natalia, Obie, Eve, Abi, Simeon

Stage 5 Mooie, Alice, Esme

Stage 6 Hannah

Stage 7 Jasmine, Emilia, Rosie, Elisabeth

Bronze challenge Olivia St

Silver challenge Laura, Megan, Olivia Se, Oliver

Gold challenge Ed

Humanities

Long Term Plan – Key Stage 2 Topic

Where applicable extra small topics may be included depending on current affairs.

 

Autumn

Discover

 

Spring

Explore

 

Summer

Create

 

2016 – 2017

 

 

 

Discovering civilisations: Mayans and Inuits

Exploring mountains and volcanoes

Clay modelling

Alive and Dangerous (habitats)

Model building

 

 

2017 – 2018

 

 

One hundred years of British history 1850 – 1950

Artists and Artistic styles from 1850 – 1950 (Monet and Van Gogh)

Where are we? Locating villages, towns, cities and and countries of the United Kingdom.

Map reading skills including digital mapping and latitude and longitude.

Brilliant buildings and super structures (Architecture around the world)

 

2018 – 2019

 

 

 

Stone Age and Iron Age

Vikings and Anglo-Saxons (local history)

Locating continents in the world.

Settlements, economic activity, natural resources and renewable and non-renewable energies

The natural world  (using nature in Art and Design)

 

 

2019 – 2020

 

 

The Roman Empire and its influences on the western world.

Ancient Greece

Rivers, coasts, seas and oceans

Climates and the water cycle

What’s in our wardrobe? (Fashion)

Modern Foreign Languages

Our French lessons work on a rolling two year programme that is split with years 3 and 4 together and years 5 and 6 together. This means that children will not do the same topic twice. Some lessons are taught split and others are taught with all four year groups together but differentiated activities if the topics are similar.

 

We teach a curriculum based on North Yorkshire’s Primary School Key Stage 2 programme.

 

 

Autumn Term 1

Autumn Term 2

Spring Term 1

Spring Term 2

Summer Term 1

Summer Term 2

 

              Year 3 (3/4)

 

A

                

              Year 5 (5/6)            

                

 

 

Moi

 

 

 

Les couleurs

 

La Jungle

 

Tutti Frutti

 

Vive le sport

 

La météo

 

Ma Famille

 

 

 

On fait la fête

 

Cher zoo

 

Le petit déjeuner

 

Vive le temps libre

 

Á la plage

 

              Year 4 (3/4)

 

B

 

              Year 6 (5/6)

 

 

 

Les Monstres

 

 

 

Les calendrier

 

Les animaux

 

Au marché

 

Je suis le musicien

 

Á la mode

 

Les portraits

 

Le cadeaux

 

Le carnaval

 

Au café

 

Tour de France

 

Les destinations

Personal ,Social, Health, & Citizenship Education (PSHCE)

Three core themes

Health and wellbeing (HW) / Relationships (R) / Living in the wider world (LWW)

Keeping safe runs throughout eg e safety ongoing through ICT. Cooking through cooking sessions with Mrs Turner. Sun safe throughout summer. Water safety through swimming and annual visits from RNLI. Fire service and Police visits. Annual childline/NSPCC assembly.

Additional activities

Year 6 Annual Crucial crew

Year 5 & 6 Biannual Bikeability, childline, IMPS Scarborough hospital.

Units may be moved around within the year to fit better with topics

Understanding Relationships and Health Education

Click here for a guide for primary school parents

PSHCE 2 Year rolling programme

See Medium Term Plan for more detail

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2

Year A

EYFS/KS1

Rules and Expectations

 

Friendships and turn taking

Right and Wrong

 

Co-operation

Healthy Eating The Human Body

Family

 

Money

Emotions

 

Money

Year A

Y3/4

Healthy Relationships

Emotions

Communication

Diversity

Safety

Discrimination

Extremism

Extremism

Nutrition and Food

Growing and Changing

First Aid

Similarities and Differences

Economic Awareness

Year A

Y5/6

Rules and Responsibilities

 

Healthy Relationships

Safety

Similarities and Differences

Health

Safety

Extremism

Extremism

Health

Healthy Relationships

Making Money

Nutrition and Food

Healthy Relationships

Year B

EYFS/KS1

Rules and Expectations

Friendships and belonging

Emotions and feelings Skin and Dental Hygiene Behaviour, Bullying and safety

Behaviour

Local Area and Responsibility

Safety

Money

Year B

Y3/4

Safety

Rules and Responsibilities

Bullying

Emotions

Health

Healthy Lifestyles

Communication

Emotions

Healthy Lifestyles

Collaboration

Aspirations

Emotions

Year B

Y5/6

Aspirations

Safety

Emotions

Diversity

Health

Healthy Relationships

Health

Communication

Economic Awareness

Collaboration

Safety

 

PSHE MTP Year A and B Infants

PSHE Medium Term Plan – Year A

 

 

Autumn 1

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 1: Rules/Expectations – We Expect…

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 2: Rules/Expectations – Class Charter

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 Lesson 6: Internet Safety – E-Safety

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 Lesson 1: Friendship – Forever Friends

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 Lesson 2: Friendship – Make Friends

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 3: Taking Turns – It’s Your Turn!

 

 

Autumn 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 Lesson 4: Right and Wrong – In the Right

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 Lesson 5: Consequences – Good v Bad

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 Lesson 6: Aspirations – It’s a Goal!

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 Lesson 4: Co-operation – Negotiation

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 Lesson 5: Co-operation – Want to Play?

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 Lesson 6: Co-operation – Let’s Debate!

 

 

Spring 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 Lesson 4: Washing Hands – Meet Grub!

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 Lesson 1: Healthy Eating – Vote Green!

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 Lesson 2: Healthy Eating – Meat Eaters

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 Lesson 3: Healthy Eating – Party Time!

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 Lesson 4: Physical Activity – Get Physical!

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 Lesson 2: Comparisons – All the Same

 

 

Spring 2

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 Lesson 1: Similarities and Differences – Boys v Girls

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 Lesson 2: The Human Body – Body Bits

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 Lesson 3: Growing Up – All Grown Up

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 Lesson 4: Changing Needs – I Need

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 Lesson 5: Physical Activity – Mighty Muscles

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 Lesson 6: Exercise – Workout!

 

 

Summer 1

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 Lesson 6 – Kindness – Give a Little

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 Lesson 5: Family – My Family

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 Lesson 6: Family – Special People

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 6: Caring – Talking to Plants

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 4: Lending/Borrowing – The Borrowers

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 5: Sharing – Share the Booty

 

 

Summer 2

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 Lesson 6: Emotions – Mood Swings

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 Lesson 3: Love – Three Little Words

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 Lesson 4: Sadness – How to Cope

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 Lesson 4: Money – Shopping List

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 Lesson 5: Choices – This or That?

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 Lesson 6: Enterprise – Dragons’ Den

PSHE Medium Term Plan – Year B

 

 

 

Autumn 1

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 1: Rules/Expectations – We Expect…

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 Lesson 2: Rules/Expectations – Class Charter

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 Lesson 3: Friendship – Hola! Bonjour!

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 Lesson 4: Friendship – Share Alike

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 Lesson 1: Fair and Unfair – It’s Not Fair!

Core Theme 3 Unit 2 Lesson 1: Our School – Common Goals

Core Theme 3 Unit 2 Lesson 2: Belonging – I Belong …

(Extra if needed – Core Theme 3 Unit 2 Lesson 3: Belonging – Join Our Club!)

 

 

Autumn 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 Lesson 7: Good Manners – How Rude!

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 Lesson 1: Happiness – Smile!

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 Lesson 2: Anger – Grrr!

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 Lesson 1: Feelings – How I Feel

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 Lesson 2: Responses – You and Me

Core Theme2 Unit 1 Lesson 3: Opinions – I Think …

 

 

Spring 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 Lesson 5: Keeping Clean – Bath-time

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 Lesson 6: Skin – Skinny Tips

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 Lesson 1: Dental Hygiene – Brushing up!

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 Lesson 2: Dental Hygiene – Bright White

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 Lesson 3: Dental Hygiene – Top Teeth

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 Lesson 3: Drug Safety – Magic Medicine

 

 

Spring 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 Lesson 1: Definition – A Bully is…

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 Lesson 2: Unkindness – Blame Game

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 Lesson 3: Behaviour – Bullying is…

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 Lesson 4: Behaviour + and –

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 Lesson 4: Personal Safety – Secret Surprise

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 Lesson 5: Emotional Safety – Getting Help

 

 

Summer 1

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 Lesson 5: Behaviour – Help Me!

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 Lesson 3: Behaviour – In My Shoes

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 Lesson 5: Teasing – Cry Baby!

Core Theme 3 Unit 2 Lesson 4: Local Citizenship – Our Local Area

Core Theme 3 Unit 2 Lesson 5: Local Citizenship – Community Care

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 Lesson 5: Responsibility – Who’s at Fault?

 

 

Summer 2

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 Lesson 1: Sun Safety – It’s a Cover Up!

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 Lesson 2: Road Safety – Green X Code

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 Lesson 1: Money – Grows on Trees?

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 Lesson 2: Money – Coining it in!

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 Lesson 3: Money – Keep Money Safe

PSHE MTP Year A and B Year 3 and 4

KS2 Year 3/4 PSHE Medium Term Plan – Year A

 

 

 

Autumn 1

Core Theme 2 Unit 5 LESSON 1: Friendship – Best Features

Core Theme 2 Unit 5 LESSON 2: Friendship – Circles Time

Core Theme 2 Unit 5 LESSON 3: Friendship – Falling Out

Core Theme 2 Unit 5 LESSON 4: Friendship – The BAFAs

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 1: Loss / Separation – Lost!

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 2: Loss / Separation – Found!

 

 

Autumn 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 LESSON 1: Clear Messages – Dot Dot Dash

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 LESSON 2: How to Listen – Listen Up!

Core Theme 3 Unit 2 LESSON 1: Different Communities – My Community

Core Theme 3 Unit 2 LESSON 2: School Communities – School Swap

 

 

Spring 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 6 LESSON 4: Online Privacy – It’s Personal

Core Theme 1 Unit 6 LESSON 5: Internet Use – Online Usage

Core Theme 1 Unit 6 LESSON 6: Internet Use – Age Limits

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 LESSON 1: Gender Stereotypes – His and Hers

Core Theme 3 Extremism Lesson 1: Don’t be a Sheep

Core Theme 3 Extremism Lesson 2: Planet Parallel

Core Theme 3 Extremism Lesson 3: Minority Groups

 

 

Spring 2

Core Theme 3 Radicalisation Lesson 4: Vulnerability

Core Theme 3 Radicalisation Lesson 5: Terrorism

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 1: A Balanced Diet – Plant or Animal?

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 2: A Balanced Diet – Balancing Act

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 3: Working With Food – Master Chef

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 4: Working With Food – Our Food Hall

 

 

Summer 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 7 LESSON 1: Before Puberty – You’ve Grown!

Core Theme 1 Unit 7 LESSON 2: Visible Changes – Mind the Gap

Core Theme 1 Unit 8 LESSON 1: How to Help – Who to Call

Core Theme 1 Unit 8 LESSON 2: Emergency Calls – Calling 999

Core Theme 1 Unit 8 LESSON 3: Emergency Calls – Ambulance, Now!

 

 

Summer 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 1: Connections – Paper Chains

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 2: Family Links – Family Tree

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 3: Religious Views – Faith Findings

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 4: Celebrate Diversity – Inside Outside

Core Theme 3 Unit 4 LESSON 1: Money Choices – A Million Dollars

Core Theme 3 Unit 4 LESSON 2: Managing Money – Design Choices

KS2 Year 3/4 PSHE Medium Term Plan – Year B

 

 

Autumn 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 6 LESSON 1: E-Safety – Online Chat

Core Theme 1 Unit 6 LESSON 2: Online Privacy – The Secrets Jar

Core Theme 1 Unit 6 LESSON 3: Online Privacy – E-Protection

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 LESSON 1: Rules – I’m In Charge!

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 LESSON 2: Thinking Ahead – Lesson Planning

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 LESSON 3: Taking the Lead – Learning Time

 

 

Autumn 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 LESSON 1: Reactions – Frustration

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 LESSON 2: Self-Worth – I’m a Marvel!

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 LESSON 3: Persistence and Resilience –

Don’t Give Up

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 LESSON 4: Negative Persistence – Over and Over

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 5: Feelings – Overreacting

 

 

Spring 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 1: Physical, Emotional and Mental –

I Am Who I Am!

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 2: Physical, Emotional and Mental –

Hearts and Minds

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 3: Physical, Emotional and Mental –

Three in One

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 LESSON 4: Sleep – Sweet Dreams

 

 

Spring 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 LESSON 3: Responding to Others – Agony Aunts

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 LESSON 4: Expressing Opinions – It’s Debatable

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 3: Loss / Separation – Left Behind

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 4: Family Changes – Two Homes

 

 

Summer 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 LESSON 1: A Balanced Approach – Define: Healthy

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 LESSON 2: Physical Exercise – Active Kids?

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 LESSON 3: Lifestyle Choices – It’s Your Choice

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 LESSON 1: Working Together – Name Game

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 LESSON 2: Working Together – Build It Up

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 LESSON 3: Shared Goals – Better Places

 

 

Summer 2

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 LESSON 1: Identified Strengths – I’m Good at That

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 6: Self-Respect – Let’s Rock!

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 LESSON 2: Identified Strengths – Future Me

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 LESSON 3: Setting Goals – That’s My Goal!

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 LESSON 4: Setting Goals – The Impossible Dream

PSHE MTP Year A and B Year 5 and 6

KS2 Year 5/6 PSHE Medium Term Plan – Year A

 

 

 

Autumn 1

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 LESSON 1: Structure – Just Imagine …

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 LESSON 2: Law and Order – In Charge

Core Theme 3 Unit 1 LESSON 3: U.N. Rights – Our Rights

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 5: Online Relationships – A Risky Business

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 1: Drugs – Just Say No!

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 2: Alcohol – Drink Aware

 

 

Autumn 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 LESSON 1: Race and Ethnicity – United States?

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 LESSON 2: Gender Stereotypes – Jobs 4 All

Core Theme 2 Unit 3 LESSON 3: Culture – Cultural Feast

 

 

Spring 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 2: Physical, Emotional and Mental –

What’s Puberty?

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 3: Healthy Lifestyles – You Choose!

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 3: Tobacco – Up in Smoke

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 4: Substance Abuse – Let’s Be Frank

Core Theme 3 Extremism Lesson 1: Don’t be a Sheep

Core Theme 3 Extremism Lesson 2: Planet Parallel

Core Theme 3 Extremism Lesson 3: Minority Groups

 

 

Spring 2

Core Theme 3 Radicalisation Lesson 4: Vulnerability

Core Theme 3 Radicalisation Lesson 5: Terrorism

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 5: Healthy Minds – Young Minds

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 4: Mental Wellbeing – Mind Business

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 2: Support and Care – Connections

 

Summer 1

Core Theme 3 Unit 4 LESSON 1: Generating Income – Making Money

Core Theme 3 Unit 4 LESSON 2: Generating Income – Raising Money

 

 

Summer 2

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 LESSON 1: Food Choices – Secret Eaters

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 LESSON 2: Food Choices – Invention Team

Core Theme 1 Unit 2 LESSON 3: Cooking – Michelin Stars

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 1: Physical Contact – Touch Sensitive

KS2 Year 5/6 PSHE Medium Term Plan – Year B

 

 

Autumn 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 1: Identified Strengths – Big Dreams

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 2: Identified Strengths – Big Achievers

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 3: Setting Goals – ‘Super Futures’

Core Theme 1 Unit 3 LESSON 4: Setting Goals – I Can Do That!

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 6: Internet Safety – Fake News

 

 

Autumn 2

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 LESSON 1: Death and Grief – It’s Natural

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 LESSON 2: Death and Grief – Poppies

Core Theme 1 Unit 4 LESSON 3: Managing Conflict – Families at War

Core Theme 3 Unit 2 LESSON 1: Community Event – We’re Cultured!

 

 

Spring 1

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 4: Physical Illness – Bleugh!

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 6: Immunisation – One Sharp Scratch

Core Theme 2 Unit 4 LESSON 3: Marriage – I Promise…

 

 

Spring 2

 

Core Theme 1 Unit 1 LESSON 1: Physical, Emotional and Mental –

3-Dimensional

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 LESSON 1: Confidentiality – Secret Info

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 LESSON 2: Listening – I’m All Ears!

Core Theme 2 Unit 1 LESSON 3: Responding – Scenarios

 

 

Summer 1

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 LESSON 1: Budgeting – Money Supermarket

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 LESSON 2: Consumer Sense – Payment Terms

Core Theme 3 Unit 3 LESSON 3: Consumer Sense – A Class Catalogue!

 

 

Summer 2

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 LESSON 1: Responding – Scrabble

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 LESSON 2: Shared Goals – It’s All Go!

Core Theme 2 Unit 2 LESSON 3: Community Spirit – All Join In

Core Theme 1 Unit 5 LESSON 5: Basic First-Aid – First Aids Tips