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Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Safeguarding in the Curriculum

Safeguarding Key Topic Coverage

Academic Year 2020-2021

 

Year

SRE

FGM

Gangs

Substance abuse

E-safety

Personal safety

DV

Environmental awareness

Economic well being

Fair trade

Democracy

Emotional intelligence

Cooperation and communication

Nursery

Our Body

Learning about main body parts and their function

N/A

N/A

N/A

Staying Safe:

Internet safety: what to do if something scary or rude comes on your device (stop the activity and tell your grown-up immediately)

Staying Safe:

Road Safety (Crossing the road: Stop think look & listen, learning the mantra,  wearing stop, think, look, listen costumes and role play safe crossing)

Stranger Danger (Never talk to someone you don’t know always stay with your grown-up, police are here to help us)

Fun With Family

Mummy/ Daddy/Carer talk care of you

Something For Nothing

(Re-cycling) Sustainability issues

What happens if we keep throwing things away? Where will the rubbish go?

Don’t waste food, break toys etc. Do give away things you don’t need any more

 

 

 

To Market To Market:

Using everyday language related to money in market stall role play

To Market To Market:

Finding out where food comes from

Bread & Butter

Farms, crops, Harvest, all the people needed in the bread making process

Welcome to School

Class rules

(Why rules are important, what would happen if we didn’t have any)

Circle time (every voice matters)

How Do You Feel?

What makes you happy/ sad

angry/frightened

How can we deal with it

Fun With Friends

(Empathy & sharing)

How do you know how other people feel? Facial expressions

read happy/sad

How could you help a friend who feels sad?

 

Welcome to School

Induction to Nursery routines and expectations

Boxes, Balls and Games

Turn taking games,

Circle Time games,

Using timers for fair turn taking/sharing

Working together to build, create stories with toys and in role-play scenarios

 

Year Reception

My body- Naming the key body parts and organs and learning what they do.

Pants are private.

SRE scheme of work:

Autumn- my family

Spring- my day.

Summer- keeping clean. 

 

 

 

Computer rules- Smartie the penguin.

 what to do if something scary or rude comes on your device (stop the activity and tell your grown-up immediately)

People who help us- key workers.

Services – Fire & Police

Road Safety- park, home and shops.

Golden classroom rules- kind hands

Around the world weather seasons

Mathematics mastery- naming money and early addition.

Growing garden- how things grow and how we take care of living things.

Golden classroom rules.

P4C carpet sessions.

Personal Social and Emotional curriculum.

All about me: feelings/emotions week, my family week, my friends week.

Nurture group sessions focusing on feelings and emotions.

Nearest and dearest- no outsiders books.

Peer Massage

Bucket therapy (small group)

Year 1

RSE: Basic hygiene principles

RSE: Growing and changing

RSE: Differences between boy and girl babies

RSE: Different types of families

 

Happy playtimes

 

E-safety rules

Where to go for help and support

Safe websites

Keeping personal information private

Having ownership over online work

Searching for images safely

Sending emails

Anti-bullying

Recognising and dealing with worries

Standing up for ourselves

Asking for help

Knowing right and wrong

Hazards in the home and fire safety

Road safety

Managing anger

Developing responsibility – looking after animals

Needs of living things

Eco-Council – looking after our planet

Maths Mastery money topic

Harvest: Where food comes from

Devising a class charter

Children’s rights

Making choices

Problem solving

Feeling proud

Being special

Staying calm and relaxed

Feeling loved and cared for

Managing uncomfortable feelings

Getting to know each other

Making friends

Looking after each other

Falling out with a friend

Supporting each other

Listening effectively

Expressing opinions

Year 2

RSE: differences: boys and girls

RSE: differences: male and female

RSE: naming body parts

N/A

Happy playtimes

Drugs Ed: Medicines

Drugs Ed: household substances

Drugs Ed: Dangers of smoking

Drugs Ed: Dangers of alcohol

E-safety rules

Keeping personal information private

Where to go for help and support

Choosing appropriate websites

Keyword searching

Digital footprints

Cyberbullying

Feeling safe: real and imaginary hazards

Anti-bullying

Importance of saying ‘no’

People who help us

Difficult choices – leaving home

Stranger danger

Managing anger

Saving energy around school

Recycling

Pollution

Eco-Council – looking after our planet

Why do we have money?

Keeping money safe

Can I afford it?

Wants and needs

What does it mean to be rich?

Money matters – Setting a simple goal

Foods from around the world

Customs and rituals

Special day foods and celebration

How much chocolate do we eat?

Where does chocolate come from?

Fair trade principles

Pupil parliament

Devising a class charter

Children’s rights

People around us: Feeling lonely

Growing up: Being unique

Growing up: Making change happen

Growing up: Changing our behaviour

Different kinds of families

People and places around the world

Getting to know each other

Communities we belong to

People around us: Special People

Year 3

Male and female differences

Personal space

Family differences

No outsiders- understanding difference

 

Happy playtimes

Anti-bullying and peer on peer abuse

The importance of friends

Standing up for myself

Making wise choices

Knowing where to go for help

Staying healthy

Passwords and security

Communication online

Cyber bullying

Using technology safely

Managing anger

What to do in an emergency

Staying healthy

Knowing where to go for help

Knowing where to go for help

Managing anger

Eco-warriors

Environmental difference

Environmental awareness- Greta Thunberg

Extreme weather and human effect

Jobs at home and in the school

Fundraising

Making wise choices

Market research and creating a product

Zimbabwe- crops and produce

Pupil parliament

Devising a class charter

Children’s rights

Respecting opinion

Voluntary community and pressure groups

Exploring feelings

Managing anger

Hiding or showing feelings

Managing loss and grief

Dealing with worries

No outsiders- understanding discrimination, 

 

 

Working cooperatively

Happy playtimes

Falling out with friends

Supporting each other

No outsiders- being welcoming

No outsiders- working together to find a solution

Year 4

RSE: growing and changing

what is puberty?

Wishes, hopes and dreams

Positive change

Unwelcome change

 

Keeping safe in my local area: say no to gangs

Say no!

Drugs Ed: risk taking

Drugs Ed: effects and risks of smoking

Drugs Ed: effects and risks of drinking

Drugs Ed: legal and illegal drugs

Rings of responsibility (being responsible online)

Private and personal information online

The power of words

The key to keywords

Whose is it, Anyway? (copyright)

What is COVID-19?

Keeping socially distanced.

Washing hands.

Crossing the road.

Health and safety when swimming/at the pool.

Telling an adult when something is wrong.

Anti-bullying, including EAL and domestic abuse

It’s our world

Saving energy 1

Saving energy 2

Climate change 1

Climate change 2

Money matters

Keeping track of my money

Paying for goods

Family expenses

Planning and budgeting

Charity work

Fund-raising for charity

Who likes chocolate?

The real cost of chocolate

What is fair trade?

Consumer power

The media and information

Advertising

Recognising and challenging stereotypes

It’s our world

Devising a class charter

Understanding rules and laws

Contributing to society – jobs people do

RRS

UN rights of the Child

Recognising and challenging stereotypes

Gender stereotypes

Recognising and challenging prejudice

Being aware of different types of disabilities

Unwelcome change

Positive change

Wishes, hopes and dreams

Living and working cooperatively

Similarities and differences and how we are all connected

Year 5

Emotional and physical changes during puberty

Understand male and female puberty changes

How to stay clean during puberty

How to get help and support during puberty

Explore how puberty affects the reproductive organs

Risky choices

Different types of friends

Daring to be different

Lives not Knives

Standing out from the crowd

Legal & illegal drugs

Effects & risks of smoking

Effects & risks of drinking alcohol,

Social networking

Cyberbullying

Photos online

Who can help

Knowing where to go for help

The concept of well-being and keeping safe 

Road safety

Walking home alone

Anti- bullying including sexual violence, sexual harassment and up skirting

Create a garden bed

Climate change

Sustainability issues

Saving energy

Recycling

Earning money

Value for money

Lending and borrowing

Achieving goals

Poverty

Rich and poor nations

Trade across the world

Global footprints

Food shortages & hunger

Fairness and responsibility

Reporting news

Pupil parliament

Prefects

Devising a class charter

Understanding democracy

Children’s rights

No Outsiders Book:

Dreams of freedom

Gifts and talents

Exploring feelings

National, religious and ethnic identities in UK

Anti- bullying including sexual violence, sexual harassment and up skirting

Breaking friends

Forgiveness

Managing uncomfortable feelings- embarrassment

No Outsiders Books:
Where the poppies grow

Love you forever

Role models

Working cooperatively

Conflict and resolutions

Managing anger

Being assertive

Supporting each other

No Outsiders Book:

The Princess boy

No Outsiders Book:
The Island

Emotional and physical changes during puberty

Understand male and female puberty changes

How to stay clean during puberty

How to get help and support during puberty

Explore how puberty affects the reproductive organs

Year 6

Puberty and reproduction

Relationships & reproduction

How babies are made and born

Conception & pregnancy

Being a parent

Saying No

Good and bad touch

Common responses to change

Transition and moving on

Where to go for help

Trust

Risk taking and dealing with pressure

Peer pressure

Lives not Knives

My local area – say no to gangs

Legal & illegal drugs

Effects & risks of smoking

Effects & risks of drinking alcohol,

Social networking

Cyberbullying

Photos online

Who can help

Stranger danger 

Transition to secondary school

Walking home – stranger danger

Taking public transport

Family relationships

Issues in the local community

Climate change

Sustainability issues

Saving energy

Recycling

Earning money

Value for money

Lending and borrowing

Achieving goals

Deductions and expenses

Poverty

Rich and poor nations

Trade across the world

Global footprints

Food shortages & hunger

Fairness and responsibility

Reporting news

Exploitation & trafficking

Pupil parliament

Prefects

Devising a class charter

Understanding democracy

Children’s rights

Recognising and challenging stereotypes

National, religious and ethnic identities in UK

Different types of relationships

Stereotyping & judgement

Diversity

Discrimination

Racism

Recognising freedom

Put-downs & conflict

Ending friendships

Forgiveness

Peer Massage

 

 

Whole School Assembly Topics: UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Articles 3, 28; The Displacement Cycle, Articles 4, 6, 22; Migration, Articles 2, 4, 6; Human Rights Day, Articles 2, 12, 19, 28.

School Events: I CARE Week; Pupil Parliament Elections; Y1 & 2 Scooter Training; Healthy Living Week; Y5 Bike Check; Y6 & Y4 Residential Trips; Stop the Traffik Project

Parent Workshops: Pants are Private; FGM; Staying Safe Online; Restorative Justice; Peer on Peer/Sexual Violence and Harassment and Child Exploitation (criminal & sexual)