RELATIONSHIPS, SEX AND HEALTH EDUCATION Curriculum and personal development skills
Statement of Intent
At Kingston we want our children to grow into healthy, respectful and caring individuals. By receiving a well thought-out RSHE curriculum, we aim to prepare our children to be considerate citizens, now and in their future, within the global community. We aim to combine our existing PSHE curriculum and Personal Development skills project together with Relationships, Health and Sex Education to produce a robust and streamlined curriculum.
Children will have opportunities to explore and challenge a range of values through a variety of different lessons, both subject specific and through cross-curricular teaching. Our intent is for Kingston pupils to receive the very best RSH education and to leave Kingston as ‘well rounded’, kind and considerate young people.
The school curriculum will focus on three core learning themes: health and wellbeing; relationships and living in the wider world. The Scheme of work also makes links to British Values and SMSC.
Children will have access to key knowledge, language and meanings in the form of Knowledge organisers. These organisers have been produced with specific subject knowledge, terminology and vocabulary for each year group for the teaching of RSHE, British Values and SMSC.
The Chris Winters programme, amongst many other resources, will be used to ensure that children receive a progressive curriculum. Whole school, Key Stage and class assemblies will also both complement and consolidate teaching in these areas.
Themes and Progression in our RHSE Curriculum
Personal Development Skills
Schemes of Work
|Reception - SRE Scheme of work.pdf||Download|
|Year 1 SRE Scheme of work.pdf||Download|
|Year 2 SRE Scheme of work.pdf||Download|
|Year 3 SRE - Scheme of work.pdf||Download|
|Year 4 SRE - Scheme of work.pdf||Download|
|Year 5 SRE - Scheme of work.pdf||Download|
|Year 6 SRE - Scheme of work.pdf||Download|
Children will demonstrate and apply the British Values of Democracy, Tolerance, Mutual respect, Rule of law and Liberty to their every-day life. Children will have a healthy outlook towards school – attendance will be in-line with, or above the national average and behaviour will be of a high standard. Most children will achieve, or exceed, age-related expectations across the wider curriculum.
Pupils will develop a range of skills and strategies to live a healthy, safe, fulfilling, responsible and balanced life.