Presentation on theme: "LEARNING OUTCOMES A clearer overview of Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Education in Methlick School. Be aware of the resources used and the."— Presentation transcript:
1 LEARNING OUTCOMESA clearer overview of Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Education in Methlick School.Be aware of the resources used and the learning experiences which are planned for your children.Have an opportunity to discuss any relevant questions or concerns.
2 Why do we teach Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Education? Sex education can be defined as a lifelong process.Children and young people will acquire knowledge and skills.They need to develop their beliefs, attitudes and values about their sexuality and relationships within a moral and ethical framework.Part of the Scottish national curriculum.
3 What will our Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood education cover? In Scotland, all schools must take a whole school approach in order to deliver the key principles already mentioned.Throughout a child’s education the focus through primary and secondary will be on the experiences and outcomes set out in the Curriculum for Excellence: Health and Well Being.
4 Health and Wellbeing - The six organisers. The experiences and outcomes in ~ Curriculum for Excellence: health and wellbeing ~ reflect a holistic approach to promoting the health and wellbeing of all children and young people.Substancemisuse.Physical ed.,physical activityand sport.Mental, emotional,social and physicalwellbeing.Relationships,sexual healthand parenthood.Foodandhealth.Planning forchoices andchanges.
5 Experiences Outcomes The learning experience. This recognises the quality and nature of the experiences.OutcomesAn outcome represents what is to be achieved.
6 Curriculum for Excellence Health and Wellbeing There are 51 related HWB outcomes.Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood outcomes go from 44a through to 51b covering Early to Fourth level.At primary school, we usually refer to all outcomes from early to second but for some children, they will extend into third level.In order to ensure that Relationships, sexual health and parenthood education is not seen as a ‘stand alone’ topic but an integrated part of the curriculum, it may be covered in other areas such as; literacy, bullying, growth and development, family roles, circle time, maths, ICT, history and in the wider PSD programme.
7 Early (to end of P1) First (P 2, 3, 4) Second (P 5, 6, 7) Relationships, sexual health and parenthood Experiences and Outcomes.Early(to end of P1)First(P 2, 3, 4)Second(P 5, 6, 7)I am aware of how friendships are formed andthat likes, dislikes, special qualities and needscan influence relationships.HWB 0-44a / HWB 1-44aI understand positive things about friendshipsand relationships but when something worriesor upsets me I know who I should talk to.HWB 0-44b / HWB 1-44bI understand that a wide range ofdifferent kinds of friendships andrelationships exist.HWB 2-44aI am aware that positive friendshipsand relationships can promote healthand the health and wellbeing of others.HWB 2-44bI know that there are people in our lives whocare for and look after us and I am aware thatpeople may be cared for by parents, carersor other adults.HWB 0-45a / HWB 1-45aI am identifying and practising skills tomanage changing relationships and Iunderstand the positive impact this canahave on my emotional wellbeing.HWB 2-45aI am aware of the need to respect personal space and boundaries and can recognise andrespond appropriately to verbal and non-verbal communication.HWB 0-45b / HWB 1-45b / HWB 2-45b / HWB 3-45b / HWB 4-45bText highlighted in green and in italics are outcomes which span all learning and are the Responsibility of All staff.
8 Early (to end of P1) First (P 2, 3, 4) Second (P 5, 6, 7) Relationships, sexual health and parenthood Experiences and Outcomes.Early(to end of P1)First(P 2, 3, 4)Second(P 5, 6, 7)I recognise that we have similarities anddifferences but are all unique.HWB 0-47a / HWB 1-47aI am aware of my growing body and I amlearning the correct names for its different partsand how they work.HWB 0-47b / HWB 1-47bI recognise that how my body changescan affect how I feel about myself andhow I may behave.HWB 2-47aI am learning what I can do to look after mybody and who can help me.HWB 0-48a / HWB 1-48aI can describe the physical andemotional changes during puberty,understand why they are taking placeand the importance of personalhygiene.HWB 2-48aI am learning about respect for my body andwhat behaviour is right and wrong. I know who Ishould talk to if I am worried about this.HWB 0-49a / HWB 1-49aI know that all forms of abuse arewrong and I am developing the skills tokeep myself safe and get help if I needit.HWB 2-49a
9 Early (to end of P1) First (P 2, 3, 4) Second (P 5, 6, 7) Relationships, sexual health and parenthood Experiences and Outcomes.Early(to end of P1)First(P 2, 3, 4)Second(P 5, 6, 7)I am learning about where living thingscome from and about how they grow,develop and are nurtured.HWB 0-50a / HWB 1-50aI am able to describe how humanlife begins and how a baby is born.HWB 2-50aI am able to show an awareness of thetasks required to look after a baby.HWB 0-51a / HWB 1-51aI can describe the role of aparent/carer and the skills,commitment and qualities the rolerequires.HWB 2-51a
10 Methlick Primary School Example of an Early level planner (RSH&P)
11 Methlick Primary School Example of an Early level planner (RSH&P)
12 Methlick Primary School Example of a First level planner (RSH&P)
13 Methlick Primary School Example of a First level planner (RSH&P)
14 Methlick Primary School Example of a First level planner (RSH&P)
15 Methlick Primary School Example of a Second level planner (RSH&P)
16 Methlick Primary School Example of a Second level planner (RSH&P)
17 Methlick Primary School Example of a Second level planner (RSH&P)
18 A variety of teaching methods will be used. How will it be taught?A variety of teaching methods will be used.class discussionsgroup workrole playhomework activitiespeer educationsupport agency input (e.g. health professionals)DVDsinteractive CD-RomsInteractive whiteboards.websitesworksheetsactive learning
19 What resources do we use? BBC interactive DVD (P1-5) (RSHP)Channel 4 Living and Growing (P6 and 7) (RSHP)ALEC mobile classroom (Substance Misuse)Various health related resources (Gen HWB)Medical partners (Gen HWB)Leaflets available from NHS (Gen HWB)Current resources (Gen HWB)
20 Feedback any comments when consulted. How can parents and carers help with their child/ren’s Relationship and Sexual Health Education?Feedback any comments when consulted.Take the opportunity to review the school’s programme and resources.Encourage your child/ren to speak about what they are being taught in school using the correct language.Support any homework activities.Express any concerns to Head Teacher or any other appropriate person in school.