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Social Development

All National Curriculum subjects offer opportunities to promote children’s Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development (SMSC) in some way. In practice, this means delivering each element through the curriculum and between lessons rather than timetabled SMSC lessons.

 

Other aspects of school life such as extra-curricular activities, assemblies and school trips also provide opportunities for SMSC.

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Early Years and Key Stage 1

 

Basic manners and courtesy including greeting people, taking turns to speak, sharing fairly, saying please and thank you, engaging in conversation, speaking in a polite tone of voice. How to eat with a knife and fork and basic dining etiquette What makes a good friend and friendship. Managing disagreements/conflict using appropriate words/scripts. Recognising the link between behaviour and consequences Strategies for working effectively. How to play cooperatively and negotiate

 

Year 3/4

Strategies to resolve differences. Dealing with pressure from a variety of sources including peer groups, family and the media. Consequences of anti-social behaviour including bullying, racism, bad language and vandalism. Actions and words have consequences. The impact of body language and tone of voice in communication. Recognising different perspectives and points of view.

 

Year 5/6

Dealing with pressure from a variety of sources including peer groups, family and the media. Consequences of anti-social behaviour including bullying, racism, bad language and vandalism. Actions and words have consequences. The impact of body language and tone of voice in communication. Recognising different perspectives and points of view.

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