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PSHE/ RSHE

RSHE(Relationships, Sexual, Health, Education is part of our PSHE(Personal, Social, Health and Economics) curriculum which focuses on strengthening the knowledge, skills and connections to keep children and young people healthy and safe and prepare them for work and life.

Our intention is that by the time our children leave Preston Primary, they will have the knowledge, understanding and emotions to be able to play an active, positive and successful role in today’s diverse society. They will understand how to recognise and develop healthy, positive relationships with friends, family and others within society. We teach kindness, respect and empathy to help the children become comfortable with who they are as individuals both in body and mind. We aim to equip them with the tools to deal with difficulties they may face within their lives and know who to turn to if they need help or support.

Below is our planned long-term overview framework to ensure coverage of the statutory Relationships and Health Education (RSHE) which comes under the umbrella of PSHE -Personal, Social, Health and Economics curriculum.

Many of the new statutory DFE objectives were already covered under our bespoke Preston Curriculum and where there were gaps they have been filled by incorporating some Jigsaw and PSHE Association lessons into our planning.

At Preston, a lesson is dedicated each Monday on teaching the content of PSHE/RSHE.

Long term overview for RSHE

Linking Preston Curriculum with RSHE

Example of revised medium term Preston Curriculum planning for Critical Thinking which now links E-Safety from the I.T. curriculum and Online relationships from the RSHE curriculum.

Assemblies

Each week assemblies will be linked to the Preston Curriculum and RSHE content being taught throughout school. In the Spring term, assemblies will focus on resilience:

Week 1-New year and new beginnings

Week 2– Someone who has started the new year well with a good attitude and a willingness to succeed

Week 3  Setting a new goal and the rewards it will bring

Week 4-Someone who has tried something new or put themselves out of their comfort zone

Week 5-Emotions felt when succeeding and failing and how to deal with them. Having confidence.

Week 6-Tools to keep persevering

Week 7-Reflections on new goals and activities

In Friday’s ‘Star of the Week’ assembly, teachers will choose a child that has shone in that week’s focus.

RSHE curriculum content- DFE Statutory guidance

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/relationships-education-relationships-and-sex-education-rse-and-health-education/physical-health-and-mental-wellbeing-primary-and-secondary

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/908013/Relationships_Education__Relationships_and_Sex_Education__RSE__and_Health_Education.pdf

Information for parents on RSHE.

https://government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/907638/RSE_primary_schools_guide_for_parents.pdf

Preston Primary’s RSHE Policy

Our policy for teaching RSHE can be found here

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