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Health & Well-being

Key Themes: Mental well-being, Staying Safe (including risk management & first aid), Relationship and Health Education (RHE)


Strand 1: Healthy Lifestyles (physical well-being):

By the end of this strand  children should know:

  • about what keeping healthy means; different ways to keep healthy (H1)
  • about foods that support good health and the risks of eating too much sugar (H2)
  • about how physical activity helps us to stay healthy; and ways to be physically active every day (H3)
  • why sleep is important and different ways to rest and relax (H4)
  • some simple hygiene routines that can stop germs from spreading (H5)
  • how to keep safe in the sun and protect skin from sun damage (H8)
  • some different ways to learn and play; (H9a)
  • about the people who help us to stay physically healthy (H10)


Strand 2 - Mental Well-being & Healthy Eating

By the end of this strand children should know:

  • about different feelings that humans can experience (H11)
  • how to recognise and name different feelings (H12)
  • how feelings can affect people’s bodies and how they behave (H13)
  • some ways of sharing feelings; a range of words to describe feelings (H16)
  • some  things that help people feel good (e.g. playing outside, doing things they enjoy, spending time with family, getting enough sleep) (H17)


Strand 3: Ourselves, Growing & Changing

By the end of this strand children should know:

  • how to recognise what makes them special (H21)
  • how to identify what they are good at, what they like and dislike (H23)
  • the names of the main parts of the body including external genitalia (e.g. vulva, vagina, penis, testicles) (H25)
  • some ways to help them to prepare to move to a new class/year group (H27)-Summer Term


Strand 4: Keeping Safe (including medicine and first aid)

By the end of this strand children should know:

  • how to recognise risk in simple everyday situations and what action to take to minimise harm (H29)
  • how to keep safe at home (including around electrical appliances) and fire safety (e.g. not playing with matches and lighters) (H30)
  • that household products (including medicines) can be harmful if not used correctly (H31)
  • ways to keep safe in familiar and unfamiliar environments (e.g. beach, shopping centre, park, swimming pool, on the street) and how to cross the road safely (H32)
  • about the people whose job it is to help keep us safe (H33)
  • some basic rules to keep safe online, including what is meant by personal information and what should be kept private; the importance of telling a trusted adult if they come across something that scares them (H34)
  • what to do if there is an accident and someone is hurt (H35)
  • how to get help in an emergency (how to dial 999 and what to say) (H36)




Healthy, Food / Food groups, Physical Activity, Sleep, Relax, Hygiene, Germs, Medicine, Vaccination, Immunisation, Allergy / Allergic, Dentist / Dental, Protection, Damage / Risk / Harm, On-line / Off-line

Feelings / Mood, Change / loss /death.


Genitalia: Vagina, Penis, Testicles.

Rules, Safety, Environment, Familiar / Unfamiliar, Road safety, Personal information, Private, Trusted Adult, Accident, Emergency.

Drugs, Alcohol, Tobacco.