Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) is at the core of developing a child’s understanding of themselves, their community and the wider world. We want children to be inquisitive, share thoughts and feelings, listen to and respect others’ opinions and be open to the diverse world in which we live.

RSHE Curriculum Map

Curriculum Map

Relationships, Health and wellbeing and Living in the wider world are used as overarching themes in the Autumn, Spring and Summer terms respectively. All year groups follow these themes at the same time and each build on the previous year by consolidating prior knowledge and approaching new age-related topics. All is taught in a sensitive and respectful manner where children are encouraged to be open and ask questions. At the beginning of each theme children are also encouraged to identify questions or topics within that theme that they wish to know more about.

Our RSHE curriculum transitions well into the main feeder school in the way that the curriculum content is built up, age specific content is covered and assessment and feedback supports the development of the pupil.

Parts of our RSHE curriculum links closely with science topics and reinforces Relationship and Sex education in both subjects.

Careers education is delivered in many ways and careers experiences differ from year group to year group all supporting an enriched extra-curricular curriculum.


Assessment in our RSHE curriculum is based around lots of self-assessment where children identify their own knowledge/understanding/confidence around weekly topics and revisit this at the end of the topic/lesson.

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