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Year 3 PSHE Coverage Autumn 2

Keeping Myself Safe

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 1

Feeling Safe

 

  • Understand that they can feel different things at the same time
  • Understand that with my right to be safe comes a responsibility to keep others safe

 

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 2

Feeling Unsafe

 

  • Identify when they get their early warning signs but it is ‘fun to feel scared’ or ‘risking on purpose’ situation
  • Know its important to sometimes take a risk on purpose to help learn new things or get help

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 3

Body Awareness

 

  • Understand the difference between safe and unsafe touches
  • Know that no one has the right to touch them in a way that feels unsafe
  • Use strategies to help them know options if they feel unsafe

 

Protective Behaviours Lesson 4

Networks and Telling

 

  • Know what characteristics someone who can help me has
  • Can discuss asking for help in school
  • Know where to get help outside of school

 

 

Danger or risk?

 

  • Define the words danger and risk and explain the difference between the two; 
  • Demonstrate strategies for dealing with a risky situation.

 

 

Risk Robot

 

  • Identify risk factors in given situations;
  • Suggest ways of reducing or managing those risks. 

 

 

Alcohol and Cigarettes: the facts

 

  • Identify some key risks from and effects of cigarettes and alcohol;  
  • Know that most people choose not to smoke cigarettes; (Social Norms message)
  • Define the word 'drug' and understand that nicotine and alcohol are both drugs.

 

 

 

 

Online safety/Super Searchers

 

  • Evaluate the validity of statements relating to online safety; 
  • Recognise potential risks associated with browsing online; 
  • Give examples of strategies for safe browsing online.

 

 

None of Your Business

 

  • Know that our body can often give us a sign when something doesn't feel right; to trust these signs and talk to a trusted adult if this happens;
  • Recognise and describe appropriate behaviour online as well as offline;
  • Identify what constitutes personal information and when it is not appropriate or safe to share this;
  • Understand and explain how to get help in a situation where requests for images or information of themselves or others occurs.

 

 

Help or Harm?

 

  • Understand that medicines are drugs and suggest ways that they can be helpful or harmful.

 

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