Safeguarding Across the Curriculum
The following themes and topics are explored in depth progressively across the curriculum. They have been chosen as focus areas as by deepening their knowledge and understanding of each of these areas, children will be able to keep themselves safe.
We often have workshops run by expert agencies to reinforce knowledge. These include: staying safe around water, staying safe online, water safety, fire safety and road safety.
Common to all year groups: handling tools and equipment safely, how to safely move PE equipment, water safety, movement around the school, safe movement around the school grounds and secrets – when things need to be shared.
Stranger danger, road safety, emergency services, being kind to others (anti-bullying), site safety, unknown objects, medicines, trust, scissor safety and personal hygiene.
Stranger danger, road safety, science- high-visibility clothing, care and respect for each other ( anti-bullying), keeping our hands to ourselves, taking care of our bodies and personal hygiene and exercise.
Stranger danger, road safety, safety on school trips, safety in school e.g. shutting doors/gates, fire safety, track safety, electricity safety and around the home, science- medicines. What is bullying? getting lost in public spaces and what to do in these circumstances. Healthy/unhealthy food and daily exercise, food hygiene.
Stranger danger, road safety, safety in school and on school trips, bullying and clarifying this as a behaviour, e-safety through e-mailing, who is safe to talk to on line, medicines, consequences and choices, safe risk taking, building trust in relationships.
Cyber-bullying, e-safety, cycle proficiency, after school safety, food safety, water safety – swimming pools, large bodies of water.
Year 5 & 6
Drugs, peer pressure, sex-ed, personal hygiene, e-safety, cyber-bullying, bullying, fire safety including escape routes, healthy diet and benefits of exercise, bike-ability and road safety, water safety, self-esteem and assertiveness.