CHJS RSE Policy and Curriculum Map

 

Relationships and Sex Education Curriculum Map

Year group Term Topic/theme details  Resources
Year 3

Autumn 1

Safe Relationships

·         What is appropriate to share with friends, classmates, family and wider social groups including online
·         about what privacy and personal boundaries are, including online
·         basic strategies to help keep themselves safe online e.g. passwords, using trusted sites and adult supervision
·         that bullying and hurtful behaviour is unacceptable in any situation
·         about the effects and consequences of bullying for the people involved
·         about bullying online, and the similarities and differences to face-to-face bullying
·         what to do and whom to tell if they see or experience bullying or hurtful behaviour
Year 3 

Autumn 2

Families and Friendships

·         to recognise and respect that there are different types of families, including single parents, same-sex parents, step-parents, blended families, foster and adoptive parents
·         that being part of a family provides support, stability and love
·         about the positive aspects of being part of a family, such as spending time together and caring for each other
·         about the different ways that people can care for each other e.g. giving encouragement or support in times of difficulty
·         to identify if/when something in a family might make someone upset or worried
·         what to do and whom to tell if family relationships are making them feel unhappy or unsafe
Year 3

Summer 1

Growing and Changing

·         that everyone is an individual and has unique and valuable contributions to make
·         to recognise how strengths and interests form part of a person’s identity
·         how to identify their own personal strengths and interests and what they’re proud of (in school, out of school)
·         to recognise common challenges to self -worth e.g. finding school work difficult, friendship issues
·         basic strategies to manage and reframe setbacks e.g. asking for help, focusing on what they can learn from a setback, remembering what they are good at, trying again
Year 3 Summer 1 My changing body: NSPCC Keeping Children Safe and The Underwear Rule
How boys’ and girls’ bodies change. NSPCC Pants Lessons
·         understand and learn the PANTS rules
·         name body parts and know which parts should be private
·         know the difference between appropriate and inappropriate touch
·         understand that they have the right to say “no” to unwanted touch
·         start thinking about who they trust and who they can ask for help
Year 4

Autumn 1

Safe Relationships

·         What is appropriate to share with friends, classmates, family and wider social groups, including online, about what privacy and personal boundaries are, including online PSHE Association – Cirriculum and Resources – KS2 Internet Safety
·         basic strategies to help keep themselves safe online e.g. passwords, using trusted sites and adult supervision
·         that bullying and hurtful behaviour is unacceptable in any situation
·         about the effects and consequences of bullying for the people involved
·         about bullying online, and the similarities and differences to face-to-face bullying
·         what to do and whom to tell if they see or experience bullying or hurtful behaviour
Year 4 ·         how to identify external genitalia and reproductive Lesson 1 Human Reproduction

Summer 2

Growing and Changing

·         about the physical and emotional changes during puberty
·         key facts about the menstrual cycle and menstrual wellbeing, erections and wet dreams Reproductive Body Parts Activity Sheet
·         strategies to manage the changes during puberty including menstruation
·         the importance of personal hygiene routines during puberty including washing regularly and using deodorant Boys Lesson 2
·         how to discuss the challenges of puberty with a trusted adult
·         how to get information, help and advice about puberty Girls Lesson 2
Year 5

Autumn 1

Safe Relationships

·         to identify what physical touch is acceptable, unacceptable, wanted or unwanted in different
·         how to ask for, give and not give permission for physical contact
·         how it feels in a person’s mind and body when they are uncomfortable
·         that it is never someone’s fault if they have experienced unacceptable contact
·         how to respond to unwanted or unacceptable physical contact
·         that no one should ask them to keep a secret that makes them feel uncomfortable or try to persuade them to keep a secret they are worried about
·         whom to tell if they are concerned about unwanted physical contact
Year 5

Summer 2

Growing and Changing

·         about personal identity and what contributes to it, including race, sex, gender, family, faith, culture, hobbies, likes/dislikes Human Reproduction Lesson Presentation
·         that for some people their gender identity does not correspond with their biological sex
·         how to recognise, respect and express their individuality and personal qualities Changes in Boys Lesson Presentation
·         ways to boost their mood and improve emotional wellbeing
·         about the link between participating in interests, hobbies and community groups and mental wellbeing Changes in Girls Lesson Presentation
·         Puberty: Changes in Boys
·         Puberty: Changes in Girls
Year 5 

Summer 2

Keeping Safe

·         that female genital mutilation (FGM) is against British law¹ FGM PowerPoint Lesson
·         what to do and whom to tell if they think they or someone they know might be at risk of FGM
Year 6

Autumn 1

Safe Relationships

·         to compare the features of a healthy and unhealthy friendship
·         about the shared responsibility if someone is put under pressure to do something dangerous and something goes wrong
·         strategies to respond to pressure from friends including online
·         how to assess the risk of different online ‘challenges’ and ‘dares’
·         how to recognise and respond to pressure from others to do something unsafe or that makes them feel worried or uncomfortable
·         how to get advice and report concerns about personal safety, including online
·         what consent means and how to seek and give/not give permission in different situations
Year 6 Summer 1 ·         to recognise some of the changes as they grow up e.g. increasing independence Boys RSE Powerpoint
·         about what being more independent might be like, including how it may feel
·         about the transition to secondary school and how this may affect their feelings Girls RSE Powerpoint
·         about how relationships may change as they grow up or move to secondary school
·         practical strategies that can help to manage times of change and transition e.g. practising the bus route to secondary school
·         identify the links between love, committed relationships and conception
·         what sexual intercourse is, and how it can be one part of an intimate relationship between consenting adults
·         how pregnancy occurs i.e. when a sperm meets an egg and the fertilised egg settles into the lining of the womb
·         that pregnancy can be prevented with contraception
·         about the responsibilities of being a parent or carer and how having a baby changes someone’s life