We have recently updated our PSHE curriculum to incorporate the new requirements for RSE. Through our combined PSHE and RSE curriculum, we endeavor to develop positive relationships between all members of the school by teaching our children the skills necessary to develop and maintain healthy relationships, as well as equipping our children to become learners for life in an ever-changing world.


Our curriculum will focus on three main learning themes:

  • Relationships
  • Living in the wider world
  • Health and Wellbeing.

Children will revisit each theme as they progress through the school, building on the knowledge and skills learnt each year.  Through these three learning themes, we aim to:

  • Encourage pupils to develop and maintain positive, healthy relationships in a variety of settings (both in person and online)
  • Help pupils develop feelings of self-respect, confidence and empathy
  • Teach pupils the correct vocabulary to describe themselves and their bodies
  • Equip pupils to identify, assess and manage risk
  • Prepare pupils for puberty
  • Promote both physical and mental health and wellbeing



PSHE will be taught from years 1-6 (at least 6 lessons per term) as well as being central to the Early Years curriculum. These lessons will be based on the long and medium term overviews of the PSHE Association’s ‘Thematic Model’ and adapted by teachers to suit the needs of the learners in their class.


Teachers will make links between other subject areas where appropriate, for example linking e-safety to the Computing curriculum. Links will also be made to the school Learning Behaviours:

  • Resilience
  • Problem solving
  • Independence
  • Motivation
  • Cooperation


PSHE Policy

PSHE Statements of Progression

PSHE Curriculum Map

PSHE End Points and Assessment

RSE Policy