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Milestone 2: Years 3 & 4

Year 3

Our Community: To Learn

About the importance of school rules for health and safety.

How to listen and respond respectfully to a wide range of people.

About sharing their points of view.

About working collaboratively toward shared goals.

About resolving differences – agreeing and disagreeing.

About being part of a community.

About who works with the local community

To appreciate difference and diversity (people living in the UK)

About the values and customs of people around the world.

About differences and similarities between people, but understand everyone is equal

To recognise and challenge stereotypes.

How to be a Good Friend: To Learn

About a wider range of feelings, both good and not so good.

That people can experience conflicting feelings at the same time.

To recognise a wider range of feelings in others.

About responding to how others are feeling

About describing their feelings to others.

About keeping safe in the local environment.

To recognise a wider range of feelings in others.

About responding to how others are feeling.

How actions can affect ourselves and others.

About solving disputes and conflict amongst themselves and their peer.

To recognise bullying.

How to respond and ask for help.

What anti-social behaviour is and how it can affect people.

How to get help or support.

How do we stay Safe and Healthy? To Learn

About making choices in relation to health

About what makes up a balanced diet.

About opportunities they have to make their own choices about food.

About what influences their choices about food

That images in the media do not necessarily reflect reality

About managing risk in familiar situations and keeping safe.

That simple hygiene routines can prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses.

About the importance of school rules for health and safety.

About how to get help in an emergency

About keeping safe in the local environment

About keeping safe online

About people who help them stay healthy and safe.

How do we stay Safe and Healthy? To Learn

About feeling negative pressure and how to manage this.

To recognise and manage dares.

About feeling negative pressure and how to manage this

About what is meant by a habit.

How habits can be hard to change.

About drugs that are common in everyday life (medicines, caffeine, alcohol and tobacco)

About what makes a positive, healthy relationship, including friendships.

How to maintain good friendship.

About the difference between acceptable and unacceptable physical contact.

How to respond to unacceptable physical contact.

About the concept of keeping something confidential or secret.

About when they should or should not agree to keeping a secret.

About the importance of keeping personal boundaries and the right to privacy,

The Big, Wide World: To Learn

To discuss and debate issues concerning health and wellbeing

about their responsibilities, rights and duties (home, school and the environment)

That everyone has human rights (and that children have their own set of human rights)

About the UN declaration on the Rights of the Child

That information presented in the media can be misleading

About the role of money.

Ways of managing money (budgeting and saving)

About what is meant by 'interest' and 'loan'

About the sustainability of the environment across the world.

What it means to be 'enterprising'

Changes: To Learn

To recognise their achievements and set personal targets for the future

About the kinds of change that happen in life and the feelings associated with this.

About the changes that happen at puberty.

About the ways in which rules and laws keep people safe.

To take part in making and changing rules

How to listen and respond respectfully to a wide range of people.

About working collaboratively toward shared goals.

On-Going: To Learn

About solving disputes and conflict amongst themselves and their peers.

About resolving differences – agreeing and disagreeing.

Year 4

Our Community: To Learn

About the importance of school rules for health and safety.

How to listen and respond respectfully to a wide range of people.

About sharing their points of view.

About working collaboratively toward shared goals.

About resolving differences – agreeing and disagreeing.

About being part of a community.

About who works with the local community

To appreciate difference and diversity (people living in the UK)

About the values and customs of people around the world.

About differences and similarities between people, but understand everyone is equal

To recognise and challenge stereotypes.

How to be a Good Friend: To Learn

About a wider range of feelings, both good and not so good.

That people can experience conflicting feelings at the same time.

To recognise a wider range of feelings in others.

About responding to how others are feeling

About describing their feelings to others.

About keeping safe in the local environment.

To recognise a wider range of feelings in others.

About responding to how others are feeling.

How actions can affect ourselves and others.

About solving disputes and conflict amongst themselves and their peer.

To recognise bullying.

How to respond and ask for help.

What anti-social behaviour is and how it can affect people.

How to get help or support.

How do we stay Safe and Healthy? To Learn

About what makes a 'balanced lifestyle'

About making choices in relation to health

About what makes up a balanced diet.

About opportunities they have to make their own choices about food.

About what influences their choices about food

That images in the media do not necessarily reflect reality

About managing risk in familiar situations and keeping safe.

That simple hygiene routines can prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses.

About the importance of school rules for health and safety.

About how to get help in an emergency

About keeping safe in the local environment

About keeping safe online

About people who help them stay healthy and safe.

How do we stay Safe and Healthy? To Learn

About feeling negative pressure and how to manage this.

To recognise and manage dares.

about feeling negative pressure and how to manage this

About what is meant by a habit.

How habits can be hard to change.

About drugs that are common in everyday life (medicines, caffeine, alcohol and tobacco)

About what makes a positive, healthy relationship, including friendships.

How to maintain good friendship.

About the difference between acceptable and unacceptable physical contact.

How to respond to unacceptable physical contact.

About the concept of keeping something confidential or secret.

About when they should or should not agree to keeping a secret.

About the importance of keeping personal boundaries and the right to privacy,

The Big, Wide World: To Learn

To discuss and debate issues concerning health and wellbeing

about their responsibilities, rights and duties (home, school and the environment)

That everyone has human rights (and that children have their own set of human rights)

About the UN declaration on the Rights of the Child

That information presented in the media can be misleading

About the role of money.

Ways of managing money (budgeting and saving)

About what is meant by 'interest' and 'loan'

About the sustainability of the environment across the world.

What it means to be 'enterprising'

Changes: To Learn

To recognise their achievements and set personal targets for the future

About the kinds of change that happen in life and the feelings associated with this.

About the changes that happen at puberty.

About the ways in which rules and laws keep people safe.

To take part in making and changing rules

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