RSE and PSHE KS2 years 3 and 4

Pupils learn about families and relationships and physical health and mental wellbeing. The issue of influence and choice is explored and understanding of online safety is further developed. Pupils learn basic first aid and are introduced to puberty.

Choose your unit

Units can be taught in any order but we recommend starting each year with the introductory lesson

Year 3

0 lessons
Introductory lesson: Setting ground rules and signposting
8 lessons
Family and relationships
Learning that problems can occur in families and friendships and how to resolve these. Understanding the impact of bullying and actions that can be taken if it occurs. Learning what trust is and identifying who to trust. Developing effective listening skills and learning about the effects of non verbal communication. Introduction to stereotyping.
6 lessons
Health and wellbeing
Understanding that a healthy lifestyle includes physical activity, a balanced diet, rest and relaxation. Exploring identity through groups we belong to, how strengths can be used to help others and learning how to overcome problems by breaking them into achievable steps.
8 lessons
Safety and the changing body
Becoming a responsible digital citizen; learning about cyberbullying and identifying unsafe digital content. Exploring that issue of influence and making independent choices. Learning how to call the emergency services and how to respond to bites and stings. Developing understanding of road safety.
7 lessons
Citizenship
This unit focuses on the three areas: responsibility, community and democracy. Children will learn the importance of taking responsibility for others, respecting differences in the community, why voting is a right, how the school council works and much more.

Year 4

0 lessons
Introductory lesson: Setting ground rules and signposting
7 lessons
Families and relationships
7 lessons
Health and wellbeing
8 lessons
Safety and the changing body
6 lessons
Citizenship
Responsibility, community and democracy

Testimonials

Kapow Primary is an outstanding resource that every school and teacher can benefit from.

Lower KS2

So glad we found Kapow computing! It has great lesson plans and resources that even technophobe teachers are happy to follow. It was great to find an affordable scheme that did not rely heavily on one type of hardware (eg iPads) but that offers full flexibility.

 

Lorraine Somner

I love Kapow! It is easy to follow and provides a clear progression of skills between each year group. It has boosted my staff’s CPD and the children find the lessons enjoyable.

Subject Leader

I love the ideas Kapow have given me to further develop Computing teaching in my school!

Thomas Pitts

Kapow is very easy to use and gives great support and guidance at every stage.

Mike

It is such an excellent source for all of my art lessons. There is nothing quite like it on the market in terms of art and DT.

Paola Aldus, Head of Art, St Teresa’s School

These plans are really good, they stretch the children and also are modern and relevant. They are easy to teach. We loved the IOT work and have now passed our ideas for a SMART classroom on to our school council.

Elska Hughes

School Teacher

‘As a new Art leader, Kapow has saved me hours of planing and has provided me with different perspectives to teaching. The wide variety of resources has ensured that a vast majority of skills and techniques are covered. Moreover, the lessons are differentiated which allows all teachers to challenge the students in the class. I and all teachers at Portway Primary School are grateful to Kapow for the hard work and dedication.’

Arina Narbuntiene

Art subject leader

We have just bought into Kapow and it has been so easy to put it into our school. Everything is there that you need and its brilliant to help teachers gain confidence with skills they may have not taught previously. Resource lists for everything you need, all lesson plans are all there and easy to follow. ‘

Sarah Elmes, Woodhouse Community School

The lessons are clear and ideal for non-specialist teachers – you can’t go wrong! I really do think they will make a difference to the delivery of specialist subjects.

Heather Stirling Wood

Head Teacher