PHSE


What is PSHE and why is it important?

What is PSHE education?

PSHE education can be defined as a planned programme of learning through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives, now and in the future

As part of a whole school approach at Iqra, PSHE education develops the qualities and attributes pupils need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society.

Primary SEAL is a PSHE programme of study. Most of us think ‘seal’ refers to a fin-footed aquatic mammal, but in actual fact SEAL practised in schools is concerned with the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning. Used effectively, SEAL teaches children the skills they need for a better life.

 

What is primary SEAL?

SEAL in primary schools offers a whole framework for promoting social and emotional literacy, supporting children with:

  • social awareness
  • managing their feelings
  • motivation
  • empathy
  • social interactions.

 

The framework is divided into seven themes to be covered within a school year:

  • New beginnings
  • Getting on and falling out
  • Say “no” to bullying
  • Going for goals
  • Good to be me
  • Relationships
  • Changes

Used as a whole-school, cross-curricular approach, SEAL aims to help children become successful learners, responsible citizens, and confident individuals.

 

SEAL and you

SEAL is not simply concerned with the pupils in the school but extends out to our staff, parents, carers and the local community. You as parents and carers can benefit from the ideas behind SEAL through useful strategies and activities to help you communicate with your child. Supporting your child with a consistent set of values and behaviour expectations is key to SEAL. Creating that fusion between learning in school and what they experience at home is vital.

 

Iqra Primary School                    KS1 & 2 PSHE LONG TERM PLAN                                                                    2014 – 2015

 

 

By the end of the year, the children at IQRA should have the following developed according to their age:

  1. Empathy,
  2. Self-awareness,
  3. Motivation,
  4. Social skills.

 

Drug education Economic Well-being

Year 1 – Basic drug facts (including medicine)

Year 2 – Effects and risks of drugs (physical/emotional and social)

Year 3 – Reasons for drug use

Year 4 – First aid

Year 5 – Cultural and moral viewpoints on drugs

Year 6 – Roles of drugs in society including crime

Year 1 – Functions and uses of money/project

Year 2 – Economic and business environments/project

Year 3 – Careers/project

Year 4 – Managing money and finances/project

Year 5 – Financial hardship and its effects/project

Year 6 – Enterprise projects

 

Long term planning

YEAR GROUP AUTUMN SPRING

SUMMER

 

1

SEAL – Good to be me and Relationships (inc emotional intelligence)

 

SEAL -Bullying and Getting on and falling out

Rights and responsibilities

(self/family/ friends/ community)

Drugs Education SRE –  Safety and hygiene Economic Well-being
2

SEAL – Good to be me and Relationships

(inc emotional intelligence)

 

Bullying and Getting on and falling out

Rights and responsibilities

(self/family/ friends/ community)

Drugs Education SRE –  Safety and hygiene Economic Well-being
3

SEAL – Good to be me and Relationships

(inc emotional intelligence)

 

Bullying and Getting on and falling out

Rights and responsibilities

(self/family/ friends/ community)

Drugs Education SRE –  Safety and hygiene Economic Well-being
4

SEAL – Good to be me and Relationships

(inc emotional intelligence)

 

Bullying and Getting on and falling out

Rights and responsibilities

(self/family/ friends/ community)

Drugs Education SRE – Gender stereotypes / Hygiene Economic Well-being
5

SEAL – Good to be me and Relationships

(inc emotional intelligence)

 

Bullying and Getting on and falling out

Rights and responsibilities

(self/family/ friends/ community)

Drugs Education

SRE – Puberty/

Hygiene

Economic Well-being
6

SEAL – Good to be me and Relationships

(inc emotional intelligence)

Bullying and Getting on and falling out

Rights and responsibilities

(self/family/ friends/ community)

Drugs Education

SRE – Puberty/

Hygiene

Economic Well-being