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Relationships, Health and Sex Education
– Our content, aims and concepts


Chris Winter Resources - RSHE

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Relationships, Health & Sex Education

The building blocks to PSHE begin with PSE development in our Early Years where it becomes a central part to everything that we do. Opportunities for modelling, recognising success and learning from our mistakes, are key to pupil progress. Circle time allows our children time to talk about their feelings and emotions with links to key texts and visuals e.g. The Colour Monster. 


As well as our own character progression document we also dedicate 5 weeks across the years to relationships education. This includes the concepts of friendships, family, and safety whilst also exploring economics and the wider world.  All classes explore issues around discrimination including racism, homophobia and stereotyping. We want to ensure that our children are aware of issues in their locality, and the wider world. We also want to ensure that through this understanding they can be courageous advocates and make changes in the world by valuing diversity and understanding the richness that comes from exploring different cultures and ways of living. We use the Christopher Winters resources to ensure we have an age appropriate progression in sex education.

Relationships and Health – Examples of Relationships and Health Learning Experiences

Relationships and Health – Examples of Relationships and Health Learning

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