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'Be Kind, Work Hard'

Ages 5-8

Here are some resources from our school scheme, 1Decision. We will share knowledge organisers each half term to inform you what your child will be learning in their PSHE lessons.

NSPCC PANTS

 This term we will be teaching children in EYFS and KS1 about PANTS. This has been designed by the NSPCC to support young children in understanding how they can keep themselves self from sexual abuse. PANTS has been created specifically – with the help of parents and professionals – to make sure these conversations are as easy and appropriate as possible for children as young as four. The programme will never use scary words and will use simple, child-friendly language to give your child confidence to stay safe.

Here is an example of the resources we will be using in school. 

If you scroll down, you will find more guidance and resources to support your child at home.

You can also find more information here https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/support-for-parents/pants-underwear-rule/ 

Year 1

Online Bullying

Growing in Our World

NSPCC PANTS Parent and Carer Guide

This guide can support parents in understanding why we are teaching this content in school and how you can continue the conversation at home and support your child further.

Year 2

Tying Shoelaces

Working In Our World

NSPCC PANTS Parent and Carer Guide to support children with Autism

This guide can support parents in understanding why we are teaching this content in school and how you can continue the conversation at home and support your child further. This is a specific guide for parents and carers of children with autism. 

Year 3

Medicine

NSPCC PANTS Parent and Carer Guide to support children with learning difficulties

This guide can support parents in understanding why we are teaching this content in school and how you can continue the conversation at home and support your child further. This is a specific guide for parents and carers of children with learning difficulties.