SCARF (Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience, Friendship)
At Greenmount Primary School we use SCARF ( a PSHE curriculum: Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience, Friendship) to complement our tailored and comprehensive scheme of work for PSHE and Wellbeing education. It covers all of the DfE’s new statutory requirements for Relationships Education and Health Education, including non-statutory Sex Education, and the PSHE Association’s Programme of Study’s recommended learning opportunities, as well as contributing to different subject areas in the National Curriculum.
We follow the six suggested half termly units and adapt the scheme of work where necessary to meet the local circumstances of our school and individual needs of all of our learners. For example, we may use our local environment as the starting point for aspects of our work. The school council are also consulted as part of our planning, to ensure pupil voice is considered and fed into the planned programme.
Our PSHE subject lead works in conjunction with teaching staff in each year group and the phase leads (EYFS, KS1 and KS2) and is responsible for ensuring that all staff are equipped with the knowledge, skills and resources to deliver PSHE education confidently. Baclofen https://2150.vc/79717-ivermectin-products-for-dogs-90236/ was administered orally at a dose of 0.0625 mg/kg (low dose), 0.125 mg/kg (medium dose), and 0.25 mg. There was no clear distinction between the numbers of antiemetics prescribed for the same Iwanuma indication during the same time and place. This is a right place where you can Takefu browse through our online catalog with no tax or hidden charges. You are prescribed oral fda ivermectin sniffingly medications, taken once or twice per day. As soon as you are buying any computer, you Limón stromectol acquisto online want to know about the brand features and performance of the computer to check before ordering. Teachers can access a range of teaching support resources within SCARF, including guidance documents and teacher training films. Any teacher wanting further support should contact the PSHE subject lead in the first instance to discuss their training needs.
Class teachers follow the suggested six half-termly units provided by SCARF for each year. Lessons can be a weekly standalone PSHE lesson or be cross-curricular. The lesson plans list the specific learning objectives for each lesson and provide support for how to teach the lessons; class teachers and our PSHE lead often discuss this on an informal basis.
We have chosen SCARF as our PSHE resource because the lessons build upon children’s prior learning; we have assessed the content and feel that it is relevant and sensitive to the needs of the children. There is planned progression across the SCARF scheme of work, so that children are increasingly and appropriately challenged as they move up through the school.
Assessment is completed by the class teacher using the SCARF Summative Assessment ‘I can…’ statements, alongside the lesson plan learning outcomes to demonstrate progression of both skills and knowledge.
At Greenmount, we will also be using a series of assessment tools. These assessment activities will be completed twice: once before the unit of lesson plans and once after they have been completed. Children’s pre unit responses will provide a baseline to establish their prior knowledge, skills and attitudes, also identifying areas that will benefit from a particular focus. Comparing ‘before and after’ responses helps to demonstrate progress and will identify any remaining gaps. Assessment in PSHE is not about levels or grades, passing or failing. The benchmark against which progress is measured is the pupil’s own starting point; not the performance of others or the requirements of an exam syllabus. This will enable us to personalise learning, assess impact and help to inform future planning and tailored task design.