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Class 1

Cycle

Question

Topic

In this unit of work the children will

 

A

What is the

same and

different about

us?

Relationships

 

Ourselves and others; similarities and

differences; individuality; our bodies

 

 

• what they like/dislike and are good at

• what makes them special and how everyone has different strengths

• how their personal features or qualities are unique to them

• how they are similar or different to others, and what they have in common

• to use the correct names for the main parts of the body,including external genitalia; and that parts of bodies covered with underwear are private

 

A

What helps us

stay healthy?

Health and wellbeing

 

Being healthy; hygiene; medicines; people who help us with health

 

 

• what being healthy means and who helps help them to stay healthy (e.g. parent, dentist, doctor)

• that things people put into or onto their bodies can affect how they feel

• how medicines (including vaccinations and immunisations) can help people stay healthy and that some people need to take medicines every day to stay healthy

• why hygiene is important and how simple hygiene routines can stop germs from being passed on

• what they can do to take care of themselves on a daily basis, e.g. brushing teeth and hair, hand washing

 

A

Who helps to

keep us safe?

Health and wellbeing

 

Keeping safe; people who help us

 

• that people have different roles in the community to help them (and others) keep safe - the jobs they do and how they help

people

• who can help them in different places and situations; how to attract someone’s attention or ask for help; what to say

• how to respond safely to adults they don’t know

• what to do if they feel unsafe or worried for themselves or others; and the importance of keeping on asking for support until they are heard

• how to get help if there is an accident and someone is hurt, including how to dial 999 in an emergency and what to say

 

B

Who is special

to us?

Relationships

 

Ourselves and others; people who care for us; groups we belong to; families

 

 

• that family is one of the groups they belong to, as well as, for example, school, friends, clubs

• about the different people in their family / those that love and care for them

• what their family members, or people that are special to them, do to make them feel loved and cared for

• how families are all different but share common features – what is the same and different about them

• about different features of family life, including what families do/enjoy together

• that it is important to tell someone (such as their teacher) if something about their family makes them feel unhappy or worried

 

B

What can we

do with money?

Living in the wider world

 

Money; making choices; needs and wants

 

 

• what money is - that money comes in different forms

• how money is obtained (e.g. earned, won, borrowed, presents)

• how people make choices about what to do with money, including spending and saving

• the difference between needs and wants - that people may not always be able to have the things they want

• how to keep money safe and the different ways of doing this

 

B

How can we

look after each

other and the

world?

Living in the wider world

 

Ourselves and others; the world around us; caring for others;  growing and changing

 

 

• how kind and unkind behaviour can affect others; how to be polite and courteous; how to play and work co-operatively

• the responsibilities they have in and out of the classroom

• how people and animals need to be looked after and cared for

• what can harm the local and global environment; how they and others can help care for it

• how people grow and change and how people’s needs change as they grow from young to old

• how to manage change when moving to a new class/year group

 

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