Subject Leader: Miss J Martyn
At King’s Meadow Academy we follow the SCARF programme to deliver our PSHE and RSHE curriculum.
SCARF: Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience, Friendship
Coram Life Education & SCARF are the UK’s leading charity provider of PSHE and wellbeing education in primary schools. Coram is the UK’s first dedicated children’s charity with a fascinating heritage that spans more than 275 years. Coram’s vision is that all children will have the best possible chance to live a fulfilling life. Discover more about Coram.
The SCARF programme uses the following:
- A Whole-school approach
- Fully resourced comprehensive PSHE programme
- Online – always up to date
- Fulfils all DfE statutory requirements for Relationships & Health Education
- Half term units of work & planning from Nursery to Year 6
- Ofsted Audit tool meeting expectations for a coherent, sequential curriculum
- Assessment tools & progression embedded
- Comprehensive free staff SCARF training
- Access to free and low-cost specialist training
- Support of a SCARF co-ordinator
SCARF’s whole-school approach supports primary schools in promoting positive behaviour, mental health, wellbeing, resilience and achievement – giving you everything you need to meet the new Relationships Education and Health Education statutory requirements. More than just a PSHE scheme of work, SCARF supports great learning every day.
There are 6 units that we follow which are:
Unit 1 = Me and My Relationships
Unit 2 = Valuing Difference
Unit 3 = Keeping Myself Safe
Unit 4 = Rights and Responsibilities
Unit 5 = Being My Best
Unit 6 = Growing and Changing
Please click on the link below to access the medium term plans:
SCARF medium term plans
The end of unit assessment tool, SCARF success provides succinct ‘I can’ statements, summarising learning against each unit’s key learning outcomes. Working alongside the suggested half-termly lesson plan units, SCARF success helps you to keep the whole year’s PSHE and Wellbeing assessment records in one place.
PSHE Association Programme of Study for PSHE Education (Key stages 1–5), Jan 2020
RSHE FAQs Government website