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RSHE Curriculum 



We teach Relationships education, relasionships and sex education (RSHE) and Health education so that pupils understand the importance of healthy relationships and how to stay safe. We will teach the following areas and cover the expectations, as set out by the Department for Education, these include: 

  • Families and people who care for me
  • Caring friendships
  • Respectful relationships 
  • Online relationships 
  • Being safe

We teach RSHE alongside our PSHE programme of study. We use the statutory guidance from the Department for Education and follow the PSHE Association programme of study, which can be found by following the link below:



Our long term plan can be found by clicking on the links below: 

Click here to view the Reception overview

Click here to view the overview for Years 1-6


We use the 1decision characters to teach the appropriate knowledge and skills to help deliver the statutory and non statutory guidance for Relationships, Sex and Health Education. Throughout each topic, pupils will be encouraged to do the following:

  • Develop and revisit key knowledge 
  • Ask and answer questions 
  • Make decisions based on scenarios and review consequences
  • Take part in discussions, debate, use role play and act out scenarios
  • Consider the views of others and challenge thinking 
  • Use correct terminology and learn new vocabulary
  • Consider big ideas and concepts

Where appropiate, we will invite visitors and professionals into school to support and enhance the development of RSHE. 

Click on the link below to view the 1Decision website. You can view resources, content and useful parental guidance. 



Meet the characters


                                           Rainbow                        Deedee                            Darlee


Our curriculum will ensure that all pupils leave our school understanding the importance of healthy relationships and how to stay safe. 

We monitor the impact of children’s learning through:

  • A reflection and evaluation of standards against the learning outcomes (LTPs)
  • Tracking pupil knowledge in pre and post assessments
  • Pupil discussions
  • Monitoring books

Statutory guidance

Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education

The new curriculum will be mandatory from September 2020 and should be delivered by Summer term 2021. 

Click the following link to read the Department for Education document 


Click the following link to read the RSE expectation for primary pupils


 RSHE Policy 

Our RSE policy is currently under review and will be consulted with parents at the next Parent Forum. 

Click here to view the  Draft RSE Policy. 

Click here to view a guide for parents from the DFE