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Barnburgh Primary School

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RSE Portolio

Please see our evidence for each year group, for RSE, below. 

Evidence from the EYFS curriculum

PSED Making Relationships Nursery have been learning about friendship. They enjoyed mixing colours by painting their hand, joining them together and printing the colour. We have been thinking about look after our friends if they are sad or unsure. We can help each other smile and be happy.

Physical development Nursery enjoyed Go noodle as part of our 'Staying healthy' week. We learnt about many different ways we can be healthy including eating a range of food types, exercising, getting plenty of sleep and drinking water. The children enjoyed preparing and eat a healthy fruit salad.

Health and Well-being:

Reception have been learning about the importance of looking after our bodies. The children learned how to brush our teeth and why it is a very important job each day and about healthy eating. 

Year 1

Families and Relationships:

Learning Question: How do we work with others?

The children worked in teams to build towers. They had to plan how they were going to build the tower and then construct it by working with others. They were against another team to see who could build the highest tower. By the end of the session the children were able to understand why team work is important and to communicate effectively. 

Year One: We learnt what was meant by gender and found out what stereotyping was. We discussed different roles, colours and jobs and whether the children thought they were linked to boys, girls or both genders. The children were given lots of pictures and asked to sort them. We then came back together and discussed where the children had our certain photos. They were able to discuss the importance of not stereotyping genders and the children were keen to discuss why girls and boys can play football and how colours were not linked to gender.

”Anyone can cry it’s ok.” (Kale)

” Girls and boys can bs strong.” (Mey)

”  Girls can like blue and boys can like pink. Colours are for anybody.” (Jessica)

” I’m going to put the pictures on both because you can be what you want and like what you want.” (Ethan)

Safety and the Changing Body:

Health and Well-being:

Year 1- Go Noodle is a great way for us to have fun during learning!

Year 2

Families and Relationships:

 We looked at the core values and different choices in the classroom. The children were able to talk about choices in the classroom and talk about consequences.

Safety and the Changing Body:

Learning Question:  How can we keep ourselves and others safe at the coast?

The children were shown different Coastal signs picture cards.  The children were encouraged to read the warnings. The children were able to identify specific dangers and we spoke about how can we keep ourselves and others safe at the coast? The children made their own warning signs and were encouraged to relate their warning signs to the coast. The children were able to discuss their warning signs clearly using language linked to warning and danger.

LQ: What is the RNLI? How do they help us?

We had to think about how to keep safe at the coastline. We looked into more detail regarding the RNLI and we found out their special roles. The children discussed why people might need to use them and how we can keep ourselves as safe as possible to minimise these things happening. By the end of the session the children were able to talk about how the RNLI keep us safe at the coast and how they rescue people.

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Year 3

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Year 4

Families and Relationships:

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Health and Well-being:

Year 4 have been learning about keeping their teeth healthy. They have looked at a range of images of teeth that have not been looked after and made their own teeth look like this to see how it made them feel. They have explored plaque through brushing their teeth and chewing a plaque disclosing tablet to show what plaque remained.

Year 4 have been learning about making sugar free smoothies as part of their learning about being healthy.

Year 4 conducted an experiment to see what effect different drinks had on teeth. We did this by placing egg shells inside 6 different drinks for a week. We observed them over the week to see which drinks were better for our teeth. Water was the clear winner!

Year 5

Families and Relationships:

As part of their Engage activity for their Time Traveller topic, Year 5 interviewed people of different generations/phases of life. For later adulthood, they interviewed Mr Johnson. Some of their questions involved asking him about how Barnburgh and the school has changed over the years and what big events he had witnessed in his life.

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Year 6

Families and Relationships:

Stereotyping: During this lesson the children learnt what stereotyping was. We discussed jobs and professions. Some children decided on their answers following past experiences. A number of children were unable to comment on a bus driver as they had never been on a bus before. We also focused on cultural stereotyping.

Year 6 together read 'Michael Rosen's sad book'. Children shared their experiences of losing someone or something close to them. Toby explained that he found it really difficult when he lost his cat as it was unexpected. Other children said they dealt with grief better when they know someone was poorly etc.

Change and Loss: Children could discuss feelings an processes that people go through during grief. They looked at different scenarios and analysed feelings that would show.

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