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We will support the children attending our school to build positive and respectful relationships through our ethos, our Family Links work and by covering the specific curriculum content that we have chosen - Christopher Winter Project (CWP) Resources).

 

Statutory Guidance

Learning Outcomes

Areas of Study

Year R

(Beech)

Relationships Education
Families and people who care for me
Caring friendships
Respectful relationships

Health Education
Mental wellbeing

Know that friendships can make us feel happy
Know some ways that we can make new friends feel welcome
Know that arguing with friends and then making up can make friendships stronger
That resorting to violence is never right
Identify different members of the family
Understand how members of a family can help each other

Caring Friendships
Being Kind
Families

Year 1

(Rowan)

Relationships Education
Families and people who care for me
Caring friendships
Respectful relationships
Being Safe

Health Education
Mental wellbeing

Key Stage 1 Science
Identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body

Know that we can be friends with people who are different to us
Understand that babies need care and support
Know that older children can do more by themselves
Know there are different types of families
Know which people we can ask for help

Different Friends
Changing and Growing
Families and Care

Year 2

(Elm)

Relationships Education
Respectful relationships

Key Stage 1 Science
Identify, name, draw and label the basic parts of the human body

Notice that animals, including humans, have offspring that grow into adults

Understand that some people have fixed ideas about what boys and girls can do
Describe some differences between male and female animals and babies
Understand that making a new life needs a male and a female
Describe the physical differences between males and females
Name the different body parts

Differences
Male and Female Animals
Naming Body Parts