“Key Stage 1 is the legal term for the two years of schooling in maintained schools in England and Wales normally known as Year 1 and Year 2, when pupils are aged between 5 and 7. This Key Stage normally covers pupils during infant school, although in some cases this might form part of a first or primary school.”
You can find more information about the Key Stage 1 Programmes of Study here.
At St Oswald’s our topics link to the children’s interests and provide a knowledge rich curriculum whereby children can develop skills and deepen their knowledge. we never underestimate our children. Our Topic cycle is everchanging and as courageous advocates we often link local or global issues into our topics.
At St Oswald’s we pride ourselves on the way in which our Personal, Social, Emotional and relationship education underpins our teaching across the whole school.
The documents below highlight the way in which we teach PSHE in our school. They are done on a cyclical basis and are underpinned by the schools core values.
The Children are taught about Sex and Relationships whilst they are at St Oswald’s. The Policy and Scheme of Work which we use to teach this can be found below.