(Relationships, Sex and Health Education)
It is a statutory requirement for schools in England to teach Relationships/ Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education — sometimes abbreviated as ‘RSHE’.
PSHE education is the school curriculum subject through which RSHE content is delivered in the vast majority of schools. Teaching RSHE within this context is effective because of the overlap and connections between health, relationships, economic wellbeing and thriving in life and work.
Any teaching about relationships, sex and health in Lache Primary School is inclusive, factually accurate and in line with safe practice principles. Teachers all have the relevant subject knowledge as well as the skills to create a safe learning environment, handle questions and discussions on sensitive issues appropriately and assess pupils’ learning and progress.
In Lache Primary School we use both the 'Jigsaw' and the 'No Outsiders' Scheme to teach RSHE.
Our Curriculum map for PSHE including RSHE
Examples of RSHE in action!