- To understand that my behaviour can have an impact on others
Caring friendships: Pupils should know the characteristics of friendships, including mutual respect, truthfulness, trustworthiness, loyalty, kindness, generosity, trust, sharing interests and experiences and support with problems and difficulties.
Families and people who care for me: Pupils should know the characteristics of healthy family life, commitment to each other, including in times of difficulty, protection and care for children and other family members, the importance of spending time together and sharing each other’s lives.
Before the lesson
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Pupils needing extra support: May need extra time and prompting questions to help them think of ways of making the people around them Feeling good about something.. It maybe useful to give children a specific example of someone they could be Being thoughtful towards somebody and treating them nicely. to, for example a parent, teacher or teaching assistant.
Pupils working at greater depth: Should think of several different things they could do to make other people happy. Should think of actions that would have a Beneficial or good. Something that leaves a lasting impression on you. on more than one person.
Assessing pupils' progress and understanding
In this topic
- Assessment Y1/2: (CB) Health and wellbeing
- Assessment Y1/2: (CB) Family and relationships
- Assessment Y3/4: (CB) Family and relationships
- Y3/4 Introductory Lesson 1 (Cycle B): Setting ground rules and signposting
- Y3/4 Lesson 2 (Cycle B): Friendship issues and bullying
- Y3/4 Lesson 3 (Cycle B): Healthy families
- Y3/4 Lesson 4 (Cycle B): Stereotyping: Gender
- Y3/4: Lesson 5 (Cycle B): Stereotyping: Age/Disability
- Y3/4 Lesson 6 (Cycle B): How my behaviour affects others
- Y3/4 Lesson 7 (Cycle B): Effective communication to support relationships
- Y3/4 Lesson 8 (Cycle B): Respect and manners
- Y3/4 Lesson 9 (Cycle B): Respecting differences