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Year 2 PSHE Coverage Autumn 2

Keeping Myself Safe

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 1

Feeling Safe

 

  • Know that all children have rights and that I have the right to feel safe
  • Talk about people and places that help them feel comfortable
  • Find a safe place to go to in their mind when they feel worried or stressed

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 2

Feeling Unsafe

 

  • Know why it is important to listen to my early warning signs
  • Understand what fun to feel scared means and why it is different to when I am unsafe
  • Say what tis fun to feel scared of for them

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 3

Body Awareness

 

  • Know the proper names for the parts of my body that are private including penis, vulva, vagina, anus, bottom, breast, nipple
  • Use the underwear rule to help them stay safe

 

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 4

Networks and Telling

 

  • Know the difference between secrets and surprises
  • Recognize safe and unsafe secrets and who is safe to tell
  • Know the people who look after them and who to go to if they are worried

 

Medicines

 

  • Understand that medicines can sometimes make people feel better
  • when they’re ill; 
  • Give examples of some of the things that a person can do to feel better without use of medicines, if they are unwell;
  • Explain simple issues of safety and responsibility about medicines and their use.

 

 

What should you say?

 

  • Identify situations in which they would need to say 'Yes', 'No', 'I'll ask', or 'I'll tell', in relation to keeping themselves and others safe.

 

 

I Don’t Like That

 

  • Recognise that body language and facial expression can give clues as to how comfortable and safe someone feels in a situation; 
  • Identify the types of touch they like and do not like; 
  • Identify who they can talk to if someone touches them in a way that makes them feel uncomfortable.

 

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