Y3 PSHE

PSHE lessons take place on a Thursday afternoon with Miss Pointon.

In Year 3, we believe that PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) enables our children to become healthy, independent and responsible members of a society. Throughout their time in Year 3, the children will look at Online Safety, Celebrating Achievements and Being Resilient, Being Part of a Community, Exercise, Stereotypes and "What I Like". 

Our lessons include whole class/group/pair discussions alongside completing activities inside the children's individual books.

Year 3 PSHE Overview

Term/Unit Topic Overview/Objectives
Aut. 1 Online Safety
  • The Internet - Good Bits and Bad Bits
  • It's Private!
  • Friends Forever!
  • It's Playtime!
  • Safet Online - Our Advice
Aut. 2 Celebrating Achievements and Being Resilient
  • Celebrating Achievements
  • Setting Goals and Having Aspirations
  • Resilience
  • A Growth Mindset
  • It's OK to Fail!
Spr. 1 Being Part of a Community
  • I belong in my class
  • I belong in my family
  • I belong in my community
  • Kindness in my community
  • It's everyone's community
Spr. 2 Exercise
  • What's so good about exercise?
  • Let's have fun and get fit!
  • What happens to my body if I don't exercise?
  • Getting healthy outdoors
  • Recognising ill health and asking for help
Sum. 1 Stereotypes
  • Boys v Girls
  • Men v Women
  • Fairy tales with a difference!
  • That's stereotyping!
  • Knowing what to say
Sum. 2 What I Like
  • My favourite things
  • My values and what's important to me
  • Differences in opinion
  • I have choices
  • What to do if I'm worried

Useful Links

Mindful Breathing with Mojo Belly Breathing: Mindfulness for Children Rainbow Relaxation: Mindfulness for Children
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