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Milestone 3: Years 5 & 6

Year 5

Our Community: To Learn

About the importance of school rules for health and safety.

To respectfully listen to others but raise concerns and challenge points of view when necessary.

About working collaboratively toward shared goals.

About resolving differences – agreeing and disagreeing.

About what it means to be a part of a community.

About different groups / individuals that support the local community.

About the role of voluntary, community and pressure groups.

To appreciate the range of national, regional, religious and ethnic identities of people living in the UK.

About the lives, values and customs of people living in other places.

About the factors that make people the same or different.

To recognise and challenge stereotypes.

How to be a Good Friend: To Learn

How to further describe the range and intensity of their feelings to others.

how to respond appropriately to a wider range of feelings in others.

How to manage complex or conflicting emotions

About keeping safe in the local environment.

To recognise a wider range of feelings in others.

About responding to how others are feeling.

About the consequences of their actions on themselves and others.

Negotiation and compromise strategies to resolve disputes and conflict.

To give helpful feedback and support to others

About discrimination, teasing, bullying and aggressive behaviour and its effect on others,

How anti-social behaviours can affect wellbeing.

How to handle, challenge or respond to anti-social or aggressive behaviours.

How do we stay Safe and Healthy? To Learn

About positively and negatively affects health and wellbeing (including mental and emotional health).

How to make informed choices that contribute to a 'balanced lifestyle.

About the benefits of a balanced diet

About different influences on food and diet.

About developing skills to help make their own choices about food.

How images in the media can distort reality.

That this can affect how people feel about themselves.

About independence, increased responsibility and keeping safe.

Strategies for managing risk.

How the spread of infection can be prevented.

About the skills needed in an emergency: What to do in an emergency.

Basic emergency aid.

About strategies for managing personal safety - local environment

about strategies for managing personal safety - online.

What to consider before sharing pictures of themselves and others online

About who is responsible for their health and wellbeing.

Where to get help advice and support.

How to keep safe and well when using a mobile phone.

How do we stay Safe and Healthy? To Learn

About different influences on behaviour, including peer pressure and media influence.

To recognise and manage dares.

How to resist unhelpful pressure and ask for help.

about habits (in relation to drug, alcohol and tobacco education)

About some of the risks and effects of legal and illegal substances (drugs – including medicines, alcohol and tobacco),

About different types of relationships (friends, families, couples, marriage, civil partnership).

To recognise when a relationship is unhealthy

About what constitutes a positive, healthy relationship.

About the skills to maintain positive relationships.

About committed loving relationships (including marriage and civil partnership)

About judging whether physical contact is acceptable or unacceptable.

How to respond.

About confidentiality.

About times when it appropriate and necessary to break a confidence.

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

Year 6

Our Community: To Learn

About the importance of school rules for health and safety.

To respectfully listen to others but raise concerns and challenge points of view when necessary.

About working collaboratively toward shared goals.

About resolving differences – agreeing and disagreeing.

About what it means to be a part of a community.

About different groups / individuals that support the local community.

About the role of voluntary, community and pressure groups.

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

About the lives, values and customs of people living in other places.

About the factors that make people the same or different.

To recognise and challenge stereotypes.

How to be a Good Friend: To Learn

How to further describe the range and intensity of their feelings to others.

How to respond appropriately to a wider range of feelings in others.

How to manage complex or conflicting emotions

About keeping safe in the local environment.

To recognise a wider range of feelings in others.

About responding to how others are feeling.

About the consequences of their actions on themselves and others.

Negotiation and compromise strategies to resolve disputes and conflict.

To give helpful feedback and support to others.

About discrimination, teasing, bullying and aggressive behaviour and its effect on others.

How anti-social behaviours can affect wellbeing.

How to handle, challenge or respond to anti-social or aggressive behaviours.

How do we stay Safe and Healthy? To Learn

About what makes a 'balanced lifestyle'

About the benefits of a balanced diet

About different influences on food and diet.

About developing skills to help make their own choices about food.

How images in the media can distort reality.

That this can affect how people feel about themselves.

About independence, increased responsibility and keeping safe.

Strategies for managing risk.

How the spread of infection can be prevented.

About the skills needed in an emergency: What to do in an emergency.

Basic emergency aid

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 different influences on behaviour, including peer pressure and media influence.

To recognise and manage dares.

How to resist unhelpful pressure and ask for help.

about habits (in relation to drug, alcohol and tobacco education)

About some of the risks and effects of legal and illegal substances (drugs – including medicines, alcohol and tobacco).

That harmful practices (such as FGM and forced marriage) are against British law (illegal) and in contradiction with human rights.

That human rights overrule any beliefs, ideas or practices that harm others

About the right they have to protect their body.

That female genital mutilation (FGM) is physical abuse and is illegal.

About the importance of speaking out about FGM

About different types of relationships (friends, families, couples, marriage, civil partnership).

To recognise when a relationship is unhealthy.

About what constitutes a positive, healthy relationship.

About the skills to maintain positive relationships.

About committed loving relationships (including marriage and civil partnership)

That marriage, arranged marriage and civil partnership is between two people who willingly agree.

That to force anyone into marriage (forced marriage) is illegal.

About the importance speaking out about forced marriage

About judging whether physical contact is acceptable or unacceptable.

How to respond.

About confidentiality.

About times when it appropriate and necessary to break a confidence.

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

The Big, Wide World: To Learn

To research, discuss and debate issues concerning health and wellbeing.

About different kinds of responsibilities (home, school, community 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

To be critical of what they see and read in the media.

To critically consider information they choose to forward to others.

How finance plays an important part in people's lives.

About being a critical consumer.

About what is meant by 'interest', 'loan', 'debt'.

About the importance of looking after money, including managing loans and debts.

That people pay 'tax' to contribute to society.

About how resources are allocated and the effect this has on individuals, communities and the environment.

What it takes to set up an enterprise.

About what enterprise means for work and society.

Changes: To Learn

About different ways of achieving and celebrating personal goals.

How having high aspirations can support personal achievements.

About coping with change and transition - how this relates to bereavement and the process of grieving.

About the changes that happen at puberty (recap learning from years 4 and/or 5)

About human reproduction in the context of the human lifecycle.

How a baby is made and how it grows.

About roles and responsibilities of parents and carers.

That pregnancy can be prevented.

Why and how laws are rules and laws are made.

How to take part in making and changing rules.

On-Going: To Learn

About solving disputes and conflict amongst themselves and their peers.

About resolving differences, respecting different points of view and making their own decisions

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Pilgrim Academy Principal

Andrew Clark BA.
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