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Teaching SRE in the primary schoolIncluded in this pack are sample lesson plans from: A whole school primary curriculum for SREThe whole school curriculum for SRE includes detailed lesson plans, along withteaching materials and resources that link both the science and PSHE curriculum.Schools are able to choose ‘when’ and ‘what’ to teach in SRE across the school.This resource is available in booklets or CD ROM. Included in this pack is anoverview of suggested learning for each year group along with samplelessons and teaching resources from individual lessons from Y2, Y3/4, Y4/5and Y6.For further information, please contact:Helen Cameron, Islington Healthy Schools [email protected]

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKey Stage 1 Year 2LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESKS1 Lesson 1Girls and Boys Can Learning Intention: Children learn to understandand respect the differences and similaritiesbetween peopleACTIVITIESRESOURCES REQUIREDPSHE & Citizenship:1b, 2d, 4cIntro: Talking PairsAvailable in the packMain: Go-round Glove PuppetPlenary Some people think a girl/boy is worksheets(Yr2,Ln1,W/s1a and W/s1b)Close: Draw & WriteOther ResourcesLearning Outcomes: Children: Are able to define difference and similarity Understand that boys and girls can both do thesame tasks and enjoy the same things; but thatstories, TV and people sometimes say that boysdo this and girls do thatWhat is Male and Female?KS1 Lesson 2N/C RefLearning Intention: Children learn the biologicaldifferences between males and females animalsand their role in the life-cycleLearning Outcomes: Children: Can describe some of the biological differencesbetween male and female animals Understand that the creation of new life requiresa male and a female Learn that female mammals give birth and nursetheir youngPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 3dScience: Sc2 – 1b,4bAdditional/Alternative Activity:Using non-fiction. Sorting activity Glove puppet Talking object What is a girl? What is a boy?,Stephanie Waxman, New York,Thomas Y. Crowell, 1989(As an additional/alternative activity)Intro: Review last lessonAvailable in the packMain: Video Discussion &Identification exercise Cats and kittens worksheets(Yr2,Ln2,W/s2)Close: Research & writeOther Resources Differences Video, Channel 4, Living & GrowingUnit 1, Programme 1(video timecode: 0.05, DVD Chapter 1) Anatomically correct farmyard animals. Sets toinclude a male, female and young

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKey Stage 1 Year 2LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESKS1 Lesson 3aLabelling Male and Female BodiesLearning Intention: Children learn the biologicaldifferences between male and female childrenACTIVITIESRESOURCES REQUIREDPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 3e, 4cIntro: Male and Female SimonSays. ReviewAvailable in the pack Venn diagram labels: male, female and both(pack: Yr2,Ln3,W/s3) Body part labels (pack: Yr2,Ln3,W/s4) Body part picture cards (pack: Yr2,Ln13,W/s5)Science: Sc2 – 2a,4aMain: Video. Discussion. GroupVenn DiagramClose: Individual Venn Diagram.FeedbackLearning Outcomes: Children: Can identify and name the main male and femalesex parts Understand that the male and female sex partsare related to reproduction Are able to label the main male and female sexparts with confidenceLabelling Male and Female BodiesKS1 Lesson 3bN/C RefAdditional/Alternative Activity:Picture cards. Singing Heads,Shoulders, Knees and ToesLabelling the Bodywithout clitorisPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 3e, 4cLearning Intention: Children learn the biologicaldifferences between male and female childrenScience: Sc2 – 2a,4aIntro: Male and Female SimonSays. ReviewMain: Video. Group Venn DiagramDiscussionOther resources: Differences Video, Channel 4, Living & GrowingUnit 1, Programme 1(video timecode 0.05.08 – 0.10.44, DVD Chapter 2) Same but different worksheets(Channel 4 Living and Growing Unit 1 ResourceBook, Activity Sheet 5, page 16) Naming Body Parts worksheets(Channel 4, Living and Growing, Unit 1 ResourceBook, Activity Sheet 4, page 15)Available in the pack Venn diagram labels: male, female and both(pack: Yr2,Ln3,W/s3) Body part labels (pack: Yr2,Ln3,W/s4) Body part picture cards (pack: Yr2,Ln13,W/s5)Close: Feedback and LabellingLearning Outcomes: Children: Can identify and name the main male and femalesex parts Understand that the male and female sex partsare related to reproduction Are able to label the main male and female sexparts with confidenceAdditional/Alternative Activity:Picture cards. Singing Heads,Shoulders, Knees and ToesOther resources Naming Body Parts worksheets(Channel 4, Living and Growing, Unit 1 ResourceBook, Activity Sheet 4, page 15) Differences Video, Channel 4, Living & GrowingUnit 1, Programme 1(video timecode 0.05.08 – 0.10.44, DVD Chapter 2) Same but different worksheets, taking out theword ‘clitoris’(Channel 4 Living and Growing Unit 1 ResourceBook, Activity Sheet 5, page 16)

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKey Stage 1 Year 2LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESHuman Life CycleKS1 Lesson 4Learning Intention: Children learn About growing from young to old That they are growing and changingACTIVITIESRESOURCES REQUIREDPSHE & Citizenship:1d, 2d, 3dIntro: Small Group Human LifeCycleAvailable in the packScience: Sc2 – 1b,2f4aMain: Fiction. Create own timelineClose: Go-roundLearning Outcomes: Children Understand that all living things including humansstart life as babies Can identify key stages in the human life-cycle Understand some ways that they have changedsince they were babiesEverybody Needs Caring ForLearning Intention: Children learn:KS1 Lesson 5N/C Ref That everybody needs to be cared for Ways that they can care for othersLearning Outcomes: Children Can identify ways that they can show caretowards each other Understand that we all have different needs andrequire different types of care Understand the links between needs, caring andchanges throughout the life-cycle Male and female life cycle pictures(pack: Yr2,Ln4,W/s6) My Timeline worksheets(pack: Yr2,Ln4,W/s7a,b,c)Other Resources Talking object Once there were giants, Martin Waddell andPenny Dale, WalkerPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 2e, 3d, 4dIntro: Talking pairs. FeedbackMain: Group discussion withobjects. Drawing & writingAvailable in the pack Male and female life cycle pictures(pack: Yr2,Ln4,W/s6)Close: Class commitment to careOther ResourcesAdditional/Alternative Activity:Dramas, story-telling. Non-fiction The world is full of babies, Mick Manning andBrita Granström, Watts Objects to do with caring throughout the lifecycle. (e.g. bottle, nappies, sticking plaste, toybricks, hairbrush, skipping rope, post-card,valentine, flowers, cooking utensils, phone,walking stick, stethoscope, hearing aid)

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKey Stage 1 Year 2LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESKS1 Lesson 6Special and Different - FamiliesLearning Intention: Children learn: About different types of family The ways in which their home-life is special.Learning Outcomes: Children Can describe different types of family Understand that families care for each other in avariety of ways Can identify what is different and special abouttheir home-lifeN/C RefACTIVITIESRESOURCES REQUIREDPSHE &Citizenship: 2d, 2f,4c, 4dIntro: Talking Pairs. BrainstormOther ResourcesMain: Fiction. DiscussionClose: Art and craft. WritingScience: Sc2 – 4aAdditional/Alternative Activity:Family tree. Creating families towrite about Tell me about the day I was bornJamie Lee Curtis, Scholastic

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKey Stage 1 Year 3-4LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESKS1 Lesson 1Who’s in my family?Learning Intention: Children learnabout the way they grow and change throughoutthe human life cycleACTIVITIESRESOURCES REQUIREDPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 4fIntro: Introduce class rulesand work in pairs to feedbackabout babies and toddlersAvailable in the packScience:Sc2 – 1a, 2fLearning Intention: Children learn About the physical changes associated withpubertyLearning Outcomes: Children Are able to define puberty: the changes that occursometime between 8-17 that turn children intoyoung adults Know that puberty happens differently foreveryone and begins and ends at different times Understand that body changes at puberty arelinked to human reproductionMain: Explore stages of the humanlife cycleClose: RoundLearning Outcomes: Children: Can identify changes during the human life cycle Understand that change is ongoingChanging body partsKS1 Lesson 2aN/C Ref Male and female life cycle picturesYr3/4 Ln1,W/S1Additional/alternative activity My family worksheetYr3/4 Ln1, W/S2Additional/Alternative Activity:Individual work with worksheetOther resources images of babies and toddlers taken frommagazines and photos stuck on coloured cardPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 3c, 3e, 4cIntro: Place clothing on bodyoutline and naming body partsScience:Sc2 –2a, 4aMain: Discussion about pubertyand how the body changes.worksheetAdditional/alternative activity Male and female bodiesYr3/4 Ln2a, W/S3Close: Make a line according toage and then heightAdditional/alternative activity:Work in pairs with worksheetOther resources How do we change? worksheetChannel 4 Living and Growing, Unit 2 activitysheet 1, page 12 items of clothing large piece of paper to draw body outline

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKey Stage 1 Year 3-4LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESKS1 Lesson 2bChanging body partsLearning intention: Children learnabout the physical changes associated with pubertyACTIVITIESRESOURCES REQUIREDPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 3c, 3e, 4cIntro: Introduce puberty and inpairs think of the changes atpuberty. FeedbackAvailable in the pack Josh’s story (pack;Y3/4 Ln2b, resource 1) Fran’s story (pack:Y3/4 Ln3b, resource 2)Science:Sc2 2f, 4aLearning outcomes: Children Are able to define puberty: the changes that occursometime between 8-17 that turn us fromchildren into young adults Know that puberty happens differently foreveryone and begins and ends at different times Understand that body changes at puberty arelinked to human reproductionFeeling good about being differentKS1 Lesson 3N/C RefLearning intention: Children learn To recognise their own worth as individuals and tochallenge stereotypingLearning outcomes: Children Can identify positive things about themselves andothers Understand that boys and girls can both do thesame tasks and enjoy the same things; but thatstories, TV and people sometimes presentdifferent stereotypes Can recognise and challenge stereotyping withconfidenceMain: Two readings withdiscussionClose: Class plenaryAdditional/Alternative activities:Two worksheets from Living andGrowingPSHE & Citizenship:2d, 4c, 4e, 4fIntro: Pairs sharing things thatthey are good at and like doingScience:Sc2 2fMain: Drawing pictures of differentpeople in work. Discussion aboutstereotypingClose: RoundAdditional/alternative activities: Read Amazing Grace story Cut out pictures of variousprofessions from newspapers andmagazines Worksheet Who does what? Read Change for the best storyOther resources A large Venn table or table with three columnson flip chart or board labelled male, femaleand bothAdditional/alternative activities Sort the changes worksheet (Channel 4, Livingand Growing, unit 2, page 15, sheet 4) How do we change? worksheet(Channel4, Living and Growing, unit 2, page 12,sheet 1)Available in the pack Draw these people worksheet(pack: Yr3/4 Ln 3, W/S 4)Additional/alternative activity Change for the best story(pack: Yr3/4 Ln3, resource 3)Other resourcesAdditional/alternative activities Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman and CarolineBinch, Frances Lincoln Who does what? worksheet(Channel 4, Living and Growing, unit 2, page 38,sheet 19)

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKS2 Lesson 1Key Stage 2 Year 4-5LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESN/C RefACTIVITIESRESOURCES REQUIREDGrowing and ChangingPSHE &Citizenship:4c, 4eIntro: Talking pairs.Class reviewAvailable in the packLearning Intention: Children learn about the way we growand change throughout the human life-cycleLearning Outcomes: Children: Can identify changes throughout the human life-cycle Understand that change is ongoing Understand that change is individualScience:Sc2 – 1a, 2fMain: Ideas carousel.Plenary Male and Female life cycle pictures(baby, school-aged child, teenager, adult, elder)Yr4&5,Ln1,w/s1Other resourcesClose: Go-roundAdditional/AlternativeActivities: Walkingcarousel. Fiction Love you forever, R. Munsch, Red Fox(as an additional/alternative activity)Other:KS2 Lesson 2a Ask children to bring in a photo, object, picture or storyassociated with when they were youngerPuberty – How Our Bodies Change (with video)PSHE &Citizenship: 3cLearning Intention: Children learn about the physicalchanges associated with pubertyScience:Sc2 – 2fLearning Outcomes: Children: Are able to define puberty: the changes that occursometime between 8-17 that turn us from children toyoung adults Can identify the physical changes associated with puberty Understand that everyone’s experience of puberty isdifferent and that it begins and ends at different timesIntro: Boardstorm.Main: Video. Discussion.Anonymous questionsClose: Plenary discussionAdditional/AlternativeActivity: Sort theChanges worksheetAvailable in the pack Changes VideoChannel 4, Living and Growing, Unit 2, Programme 1(video timecode - 0.00.28 - 0.11.13) Your questions pro-forma Yr4&5,Ln2,W/s2Other resources Sort the Changes worksheetChannel 4, Living and Growing,Unit 2, page 15, sheet 4(as an additional/alternative activity)

Sex and Relationship Education Summary TableKey Stage 2 Year 4-5KS2LessonLesson 2b2bKS2LEARNING INTENTIONS & OUTCOMESPuberty – How Our Bodies Change(without video)Learning Intention: Children learn about thephysical changes associated with pubertyLearning Outcomes: Children: Are able to define puberty: the changes thatoccur sometime between 8-17 that turn us fromchildren to you