As you may know, the teaching of Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in primary school is now statutory. The statutory element for primary schools is to teach pupils relationships and health education. We DO NOT teach sex education at any of our schools.
Throughout the Trust, we teach RSE as part of our Personal, Social, and Health Education (PSHE) curriculum. Our lessons teach the children that there are many different types of people in the world and many different types of families. We teach the children about friendship, discrimination, tolerance and respect. We teach the children how to keep themselves safe, including online. We teach them about the importance of key values such as respect, kindness, cooperation and collaboration. Children learn that we are all different and we should respect those differences.
If you would like to know more about RSE at school, we have made an information sheet for you. We have also attached the curriculum overviews so that you can see exactly what we teach in each year group. Please click on the link below:
*This link expires after 14 days
If you would like further information, then you can join our presentation where you will find out ‘how’ we teach PSHE and ‘what’ we cover. We will also show you some of the texts that we use.
This presentation will be on Wednesday 10th February at 4.00 PM
This meeting will be via TEAMS. If you would like to attend, please follow the link below to register.
Mrs Z. Thewlis
Head of School