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Y4 - Sycamore

Parent information for Y4 Sex and Relationship Lessons

Over the next two weeks, children in Sycamore Class will have several lessons about growing up and relationships. These lessons will be taught as a class by Mrs Gardiner using the Twinkl scheme of learning. Further lessons in Year 5 will cover puberty in more detail and include specific changes for boys and girls as they grow older.

 

The lessons will cover the following concepts:

  • How our bodies change as we grow up:
  • Body hair
  • Sweat more and greasy hair (importance of hygiene, washing regularly and deodorant)
  • Spots
  • Keeping our private parts private using the NSPCC pantosaurus song (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lL07JOGU5o)
  • Emotional changes and mood swings (including how to manage these emotions and where to seek advice and support)
  • Getting a crush on someone
  • Different types of relationships – family, friends, relationships when older.
  • Diverse families - The different types of family
  • Aspirations and things they are looking forward to as they grow up

 

If you have any questions or would like further information, please speak to Mrs Gardiner.

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Pictures of our Learning

Y3 and Y4 - French Food Tasting - July 2022

STEM challenge - Squashed Tomato - March 2022

Digestive System - March 2022

Thomas Bates - October 2021

Within our topic work on Little Eaton this half term, we have been studying the life and legacy of Thomas Bates. We enjoyed a fabulous, informative talk from members of the Little Eaton Historical Society before presenting our knowledge in a range of different ways. We are very grateful to Bill and Lynne for giving up their time to help us and providing the prizes. The entries were all amazing and I know they had a difficult decision when choosing the winners of a £10 book token. 

Science - Making careful measurements - October 2021

For children looking to start school in September 2023, please look at our new starters section in the key information page.
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