Useful Links

Useful Links

PSHE

We follow a scheme of work called Jigsaw which is a comprehensive and completely original program for primary schools which launched in 2013 and is updated on an annual basis.  

Please click here to read our Parent Information guide about Jigsaw.

Please click here to see an overview of the Jigsaw program.

 

 

 

                                                                                                               

 

 

Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Coverage - KS1 & KS2                                                                                   

   

 

KEY STAGE 1:

 

Reception:

Friends

Gender stereotypes

Choices

 

Year 1:

 

Bodies
Respecting my body 
Growing up
Growth and change 
Fun and fears 
Celebrations

Year 2:

 

Life cycles - animal and human 
Changes in me 
Changes since being a baby 
Differences between female and male bodies (correct terminology) 
Linking growing and learning 
Coping with change  Transition

 

KEY STAGE 2:

 

Year 3:

 

Life cycles in nature 
Growing from young to old 
Increasing independence 
Differences in female and male bodies (correct terminology) 
Assertiveness
Preparing for transition

 

Year 4:

 

How babies grow
Understanding a baby's needs 
Outside body changes
Inside body changes 
Family stereotypes 
Challenging my ideas 
Preparing for transition

 

Year 5:

 

Self and body image

Influence of online and media on body image 

Puberty for girls

Puberty for boys 

Conception (including IVF)

Growing responsibility 

Coping with change

Preparing for transition

Year 6:

 

Self-image 
Body image 
Puberty and feelings 
Conception to birth 
Reflections about change 
Physical attraction 
Respect and consent 
Boyfriends and girlfriends 
Sexting 
Transition

 

 Please read our guide to:        Relationships and Sex Education Information For Parents

To access the presentation given in October 2020 about our RSE curriculum, click here. 

Grid to show the curriculum coverage for Science related to RSE (statutory), Sex Education (non-statutory) and Health Education (statutory) for Years 1 - 6.

Please read our guide to:         Promoting Healthy Positive Relationships