Personal, Social and Health Education Lesson Plan

PSHE provides school staff with a clear opportunity to work on bullying.

PSHE provides school staff with a clear opportunity to work on bullying. Within the National Curriculum for PSHE pupils should be taught:

Key Stage 1

that there are different types of teasing and bullying; that bullying is wrong; how to help to deal with bullying.

Key Stage 2

the consequences of anti-social and aggressive behaviours, such as bullying and racism, on individuals and communities; the nature and consequences of racism, teasing and bullying, and aggressive behaviours; how to respond to bullying and ask for help.

Key Stage 3

the effects of all types of stereotyping, prejudice, bullying, racism and discrimination, and how to challenge them assertively.

Key Stage 4

to challenge offending behaviour, bullying, racism and discrimination assertively; to take the initiative in giving and receiving support.

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Last updated: 5 November 2015

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