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Year 6 - RHE

Year group

Learning intention/outcomes

N/C ref

Statutory/Non-statutory

Year 6

Pupils learn about the changes that occur during puberty

Pupils

    • can identify the physical, emotional and behavioural changes that occur during puberty for both males and females
    • understand that puberty is individual and can occur any time between 8-17
    • understand that body changes at puberty are a preparation for sexual maturity

PSHE/RHE

Statutory

Year 6

Pupils learn to consider different attitudes and values around gender stereotyping and sexuality and consider their origin and impact

Pupils

  • understand how our attitudes and values about gender and sexuality may be affected by factors such as religion and culture
  • can recognise and challenge gender stereotypes
  • understand how media messages affect attitudes, can cause inequality of opportunity and affect behaviour

RHE/PSHE

Relationships Education taught as statutory

Year 6

Sexual relationships

Pupils learn about human reproduction in the context of the human lifecycle

Pupils

  • understand that sexuality is expressed in a variety of ways between consenting adults
  • know that sexual intercourse may be one part of a sexual relationship

RHE/PSHE

Non - statutory

Year 6

How babies are made.

Chn learn about reproduction in the context of the human lifecycle

  • can describe how babies are made and explain how sexual intercourse is related to conception
  • can name the male and female sex cells and reproductive organs

 

 

 

Statutory

Year 6

How babies are made – conception and pregnancy

  • know the male and female body parts associated with conception and pregnancy
  • can define conception and understand the importance of implantation in the womb
  • know what pregnancy is, where it occurs and how long it takes

 

RHE/ Science

Statutory

Year 6

Being a parent

Pupils learn about roles and responsibilities of carers and parents 

Pupils

  • can identify some of skills and qualities needed to be parent and carer
  • understand the variety of ways in which parents and carers meet the needs of babies and children
  • can recognise that both men and women can take on these roles and responsibilities

RHE

Non - Statutory

Year 6

Questions asked and answered

Pupils learn to answer each other’s questions about sex and relationships with confidence, where to find support and advice when they need it

Pupils

  • can answer each other’s questions about sex and relationships
  • can use appropriate language to discuss sex and relationships and growing up with confidence
  • can identify sources of information, support and advice for children and young people

RHE

Non - Statutory

 

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