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3D PSHE Key Stage 1 Programme

Lessons bursting with practical and active ways to teach PSHE to Key Stage 1, which both teachers and pupils love

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3D PSHE Key Stage 1 Programme

The programme for KS1 builds on the core areas identified by the PSHE Association:-

KS1 PSHE

The quick and easy individual lesson plans can be used immediately or adapted to address any particular issue in your school.

“3D PSHE is exactly what I wanted. Clearly differentiated, fun ideas, able to follow lessons easily and produced some good displays from the results of the lessons.”
Riverview Junior School, GravesendKent

KS1 PSHE Resources

These lessons come complete with all necessary PSHE resources, such as images, PowerPoints and stories. They use meaningful contexts to teach pupils how to look after themselves, how to relate to others and how to contribute positively, developing an all-round sense of wellbeing.

From a power-crazed germ who wants to take over the world through encouraging unhygienic habits to a traditional tale about collaboration around a root vegetable (The Enormous Turnip story, if you hadn’t already guessed), there’s a huge variety of engaging and informative resources within this programme!

3D PSHE teaches life skills and tackles big issues in a way that instantly appeals to pupils through the use of visual stimuli, practical creative activities, real-life scenarios and the use of drama and role-play.

The Key Stage 1 scheme of work consists of 12 separate units organised into 70 individual lesson plans, centred on our three core areas of Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the Wider World.

The 12 units are:-

Overviews

All the lessons in our KS1 Programme can be taught in either Years 1 or 2. This is because we are passionate about joined-up learning and making cross-curricular links. We leave our programme flexible, so teachers can choose the best time to teach our PSHE lessons, in order to weave them into the rest of the curriculum being taught. However, we have written suggested overviews for Years 1 and 2 as an example of how and when to teach our PSHE lessons. These are provided within the programme.

Try sample KS1 PSHE resources and lesson

Click here to view and download a lesson on Hygiene called “Meet Grub”.

The 3D KS1 PSHE Programme comes as a digital download with optional ringbinder.

What do I get?

The 3D PSHE KS1 Programme costs just £250 (ex VAT).

If you buy the 3D PSHE KS1 Programme as a digital download, you can buy a Ringbinder with a full set of printed lesson plans and resources for an additional £30 (ex VAT and P&P).

Marking Quote

“The Ofsted inspection reflected a huge improvement in our past performance. They were impressed with all aspects of the school and could see the curriculum work we are doing through Dimensions has made a big difference. They were particularly impressed with the marking programmes and the fact that the children were able to explain how they worked and implement next steps themselves. There is no doubt that Dimensions has had a hugely positive impact on raising standards.”

Headteachers praise the Dimensions Marking Systems! March 2016

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Headteachers praise the Dimensions Marking Systems! March 2016

“The Ofsted inspection reflected a huge improvement in our past performance. They were impressed with all aspects of the school and could see the curriculum work we are doing through Dimensions has made a big difference. They were particularly impressed with the marking programmes and the fact that the children were able to explain how...

Daisyfield Primary School, Blackburn

"The school’s recently revised curriculum is interesting, broad and well balanced. Your carefully chosen revisions to the curriculum for subjects other than English and mathematics engage all learners, but particularly boys. Teachers make good use of practical experiences to engage pupils in learning about abstract concepts. For example, in a computing lesson, pupils developed their skills in creating and debugging algorithms through the production of a jam sandwich." (Daisyfield Primary School, Blackburn; Ofsted Short Inspection report December 2017)

 

 

 
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“The school’s recently revised curriculum is interesting, broad and well balanced. Your carefully chosen revisions to the curriculum for subjects other than English and mathematics engage all learners, but particularly boys. Teachers make good use of practical experiences to engage pupils in learning about abstract concepts. For example, in a computing lesson, pupils developed their skills...

Pupil Quote

“I'm really enjoying learning with our new themes. I can make connections between what I am learning in different subjects. We do lots of practical and fun things in class now. My favourite was the Cracking Ideas theme. I loved it so much I didn't want it to end!"

This is what pupils think about the Dimensions Curriculum! October 2015

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This is what pupils think about the Dimensions Curriculum! October 2015

“I’m really enjoying learning with our new themes. I can make connections between what I am learning in different subjects. We do lots of practical and fun things in class now. My favourite was the Cracking Ideas theme. I loved it so much I didn’t want it to end!”

Comment from Ofsted March 2016, Waterloo Primary School, Ashton-Under-Lyne

"The school's curriculum ensures a strong focus on developing the basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics. Pupils' knowledge and skills in other subjects, such as science, geography, history and art are developed through a range of cross-curricular topics and themes, which are planned to capture and motivate their interest and develop a love of learning. Pupils' positive views about their work reflect that this is successful."

Ofsted's comments on the Dimensions Curriculum! March 2016

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Ofsted's comments on the Dimensions Curriculum! March 2016

“The school’s curriculum ensures a strong focus on developing the basic skills of reading, writing and mathematics. Pupils’ knowledge and skills in other subjects, such as science, geography, history and art are developed through a range of cross-curricular topics and themes, which are planned to capture and motivate their interest and develop a love of...

Bubbles Training Quote

"The Bubbles Music training was inspirational. As a non-specialist I now feel confident enough to approach music lessons without the ‘fear factor’! Highly recommended."

Feedback about our training - September 2015

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Feedback about our training - September 2015

“The Bubbles Music training was inspirational. As a non-specialist I now feel confident enough to approach music lessons without the ‘fear factor’! Highly recommended.”

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