Log in to see how SCARF covers the PSHE Association's Programmes of Study's Learning Opportunities across Key Stages 1 and 2.
It's essential to note that the new DfE requirements for Relationships Education and Health Education (statutory from September 2020) don't cover all aspects of PSHE education. SCARF's content is carefully planned to cover the PSHE Association's Programmes of Study so that you can be confident you are providing a comprehensive and effective PSHE Education curriculum.
Please note: the PSHE Association's Programmes of Study and related Learning Opportunities are Key-stage wide. It's not expected that each Learning Opportunity should be covered in every year group, though many are, in line with good practice principles of a spiral curriculum. SCARF follows the PSHE Association's planning toolkit and its recommendations for the age at which each Learning Opportunity should be covered.
Some of the Learning Opportunities are aimed at promoting generic life skills which can be practised and developed across the whole of your teaching and learning, as well as through specific SCARF lessons.