The programme of study for RHE aims to provide pupils with a rich, broad and cohesive curriculum which will enable pupils to engage with meaningful learning experiences and prepare them to become global citizens. It aims to develop knowledge, critical thinking skills and positive attitude towards themselves and others. Pupils will engage in opportunities to apply the knowledge and skills learned throughout their school life and beyond. This programme of study has been designed to consider a range of themes and issues that young pupils may encounter in their lives.
The programme of study places strong emphasis on the personal development and mental well-being of pupils as we believe they are just as important as the academic subjects taught in schools. It also aims to provide pupils with opportunities to engage in a range of activities that will not only enrich their lives, but equip them with skills for life. Furthermore, it aims to prepare pupils for life both in modern British society and the global community, by fostering positive attitudes and qualities that enables them to become confident, caring, respectful and responsible citizens. This will complement pupils’ understanding of their own rights in our Rights Respecting Schools (Article 28/29 UNCRC).
Please see the documents below for further information:
Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education
RHSE Long Term Curriculum Plan