PSHE & RSE Curriculum


As part of your child’s education we promote personal wellbeing and development through our Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) curriculum. This gives our children the knowledge, understanding and skills to lead healthy, safe and productive lives.  All schools are required to comply with the  Department for Education statutory guidance  on relationships and sex education which can be found here:  

The guidance focuses on healthy relationships and keeping children safe in the modern world. It also covers a range of topics relating to physical and mental health, wellbeing and safeguarding.

Learning about the emotional, social and physical aspects of growing up gives children the information and positive values to have safe and fulfilling relationships and help them take responsibility for their own wellbeing.

We use the leading children’s health and wellbeing charity, Coram Life Education (CLE) to support us in meeting these legal requirements and use Coram Life Education’s online SCARF teaching resources in PSHE lessons across school.

More information about Coram Life Education and SCARF can be found on their website: 

We have reviewed our Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) policy and curriculum so we can be sure our provision is age appropriate and relevant for our pupils. Our provision takes into account our children’s ages, their religious and cultural backgrounds and any special educational needs they might have.

Parents and carers have the right to withdraw their child from some lessons on sex education but cannot withdraw children from relationships education or any content that is covered in the science curriculum.

Ash_KS1_PSHEE_Scheme_of_Work_2020.pdf .pdf
Willow_KS1_PSHEE_Scheme_of_Work_2020.pdf .pdf
Oak_EYFS_PSHEE_Scheme_of_Work_2020.pdf .pdf
Little_Squirrels_EYFS_PSHEE_Scheme_of_Work_2020.pdf .pdf
KS2_Rolling_Programme_Year_B_PSHEE_Scheme_of_Work_2020.pdf .pdf
RSE_Policy_September_2021.pdf .pdf