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Progression of Language – RSE


  • Bodies – your physical structure
  • Fears – something you are afraid of
  • Growth – to grow/ get bigger
  • Fun – something you enjoy
  • Friendship – a relationship between friends
  • Falling out – having a disagreement with someone


  • Life cycle – changes that happen over a life time
  • Changes -when something different happens
  • Male – a boy
  • Female – a girl
  • Belonging – to be part of a group or family
  • Preferences – liking something more than something else
  • Physical contact-to be touched


  • Life cycles (plants) –the stages of a plants life
  • Young – to have lived for a short amount of time
  • Old – to have lived for a longer amount of time
  • Independence – to be able to do it on your own or have little help
  • Boundaries – to limit something
  • Secrets- something which is meant to kept unseen or unknown by others
  • Trust -to believe someone or something is reliable or the truth
  • Appreciation – to recognise good things about someone or something


  • Internal – on the inside
  • External – on the outside
  • Needs – something that is a necessary
  • Roles – a part to play
  • Impact – something or someone having a significant effect or influence
  • Diverse lives – having a life made up of different people, objects, things
  • Negotiation – a discussion which comes to an agreement


  • Being unique– being the only one of a particular type; single; sole. without equal or like; unparalleled.
  • Body changes– when our body changes usually for good
  • Transition – the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another
  • Accepting change – seeing change as being able to try new things or improve yourself
  • Having a baby -when a mother carries a baby inside her and then the baby is born
  • Jealousy -feeling of unhappiness and anger because someone has something or someone that you want:
  • Love -an intense feeling of deep affection
  • Loss – the fact or process of losing something or someone
  • Memories – something remembered from the past.
  • Girlfriends – A person’s regular female companion with whom they have a romantic or sexual relationship
  • Boyfriends– A person’s regular male companion with whom they have a romantic or sexual relationship


  • Self-image – the idea one has of one’s abilities, appearance, and personality.
  • Media influence -the actual force exerted by a media message, resulting in either a change or reinforcement in audience or individual beliefs.
  • Puberty – the period during which adolescents reach sexual maturity and become capable of reproduction
  • Conception – the action of conceiving a child or of one being conceived.
  • IVF– a medical procedure whereby an egg is fertilized by sperm in a test tube or elsewhere outside the body.
  • Self-recognition – recognising the “self” as separate from others
  • Self-esteem – confidence in one’s own worth or abilities; self-respect.
  • Online communities – a group of people held together by a common interest or purpose who interact with each other online.
  • Gaming – the action or practice of playing video games
  • Gambling – take risky action in the hope of a desired result.
  • Grooming– the action by a paedophile of preparing a child for a meeting, especially via an internet chat room, with the intention of committing a sexual offence.


  • Body image – a person’s perception of their physical self and the thoughts and feelings, positive, negative or both.
  • Physical attraction – the fact that an individual finds another person appealing
  • Consent- permission for something to happen or agreement to do something
  • Sexting – the action or practice of sending sexually explicit photographs or messages via mobile phone
  • Mental healthMental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being
  • Sources of support – can be natural (e.g., family and friends) or more formal (e.g., mental health specialists or community organizations. A place or person you can go to for help
  • Control – the power to influence or direct people’s behaviour or the course of events.
  • Power– the ability or capacity to do something or act in a particular way