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Safeguarding Curriculum

The key message that ‘safeguarding is everybody’s business’ is now moving from rhetoric to reality, with all of us who work with, and for, Children and Young People understanding and taking responsibility for their safety and welfare. Learning to stay safe  is an integral part of all that we do. It is embedded in our ethos and is not only part of our formal curriculum but is also part of the extended and incidental curricula.  Our PSHEC and Safeguarding framework is adapted from the Gloucestershire PinK PSHEC and safeguarding Curriculum.

PSHEC and Safeguarding Development Framework (including SRE)

 

 

Health and Well Being

Relationships

 

Living in the Wider World

Developing risk management

Understanding personal change and responsibility

Understanding the dynamics of healthy relationships

How media, commerce and social issues shape our understanding of the world

Stage One

Keeping safe

People who help us

All about me

Friends and Kindness

Internet Safety

Stage Two

Keeping safe

People who help us

All about me

Friends and Family

Kindness and Anti-bulling

Internet Safety

Media influence

Financial Capability

Social issues

Citizenship and British Values

Stage Three

Keeping safe at home

Keeping safe outside

Getting help

Personal Responsibility Growing Up

Friends and Family

Kindness and Anti-bulling

Internet Safety

Media influence

Financial Capability

Social issues

Citizenship and British Values

Stage Four

Keeping safe at home

Keeping safe outside

Personal Responsibility Growing Up

Puberty

Pregnancy and conception

Friends and Family

Kindness and Anti-bulling

Internet Safety

Media influence

Financial Capability

Social issues

Citizenship and British Values

Stage Five

Personal Safety

Emergency Aid

Sun Safety

Alcohol

Smoking

Other Drugs

Puberty

Hygiene

Food/diet

Exercise

Teeth

Emotional health

Mental health

Dementia

Healthy relationships – consent

Contraception

STI’s and HIV

Sexual Bullying

Teen Domestic Abuse

Sexual Exploitation

Gangs

Bullying

Masturbation

Internet Safety

Sexting

Body Image and Body Confidence

Pornography

Finance

British Values

Employment

Stage Six

Emergency Aid

Drugs and Alcohol

Personal Safety

Health Checks

 

 

Emergency Aid

-stress

Healthy relationships -

Consent

Different relationships, FGM and Forces Marriage

Sexuality and Homophobia

Sexual Exploitation and Domestic Abuse

Gangs

Physical relationships- contraception

STIs and HIV/AIDS

Parenting and teen pregnancy

Finance

Independent living

British Values

Employment

Pornography.

 

 

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