Specialist Education Support Network

Every child deserves an education

RSHE Curriculum

RSHE Curriculum

 

Statutory 'Relationships, Sex and Health Education' at key stage 3 and 4 came into effect from September 2020. This statutory content — sometimes referred to as ‘RSHE’ — makes up the majority of schools’ PSHE education.

 

RSE is about the emotional, social and cultural development of pupils, and involves learning about relationships, sexual health, sexuality, healthy lifestyles, diversity and personal identity.RSE involves a combination of sharing information, and exploring issues and values. RSE is not about the promotion of sexual activity.

 

We have developed the curriculum in consultation with parents, pupils and staff, taking into account the age, needs and feelings of pupils. SESN aims to provide young people with relevant and appropriate information in order that they are
able to make safe and informed choices about their own behaviour and lifestyles as laid out in Appendix One of our RSHE Curriuclum Policy which can be read here

 

We held a Parent and Carers 'Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) Parental Consultation' in June 2021. You can access the result from this consultation here

 

 

 

Our Principles

Every individual should be continually encouraged to develop and succeed by uncovering their abilities and talents

Exposure to new experiences, venture and skills are essential to develop a young person’s confidence and desire to learn

An educational environment should be inviting and a place in which young people want to be because it meets their needs and their interests

Innovative without the prescription of linear education

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We will not only inspire young people but also the teachers and professionals involved

There is a need to promote a healthy diet and healthy, balanced lifestyle