Our PSHE Policy and Sex and Relationship Education Policy can be found on the policies page.

Through our personal, social and health education (PSHE), we aim to develop the following characteristics of a child growing up as a successful citizen in modern Britain.

  • Be able to demonstrate that they recognise their own worth and that of others and identify positive ways to face new challenges
  • The ability to express their views confidently and listen to and show respect for the views of others
  • The ability to make choices about how to develop healthy lifestyles
  • The ability to identify some factors that affect emotional health and well-being
  • Ability to identify different types of relationships and show ways to maintain good relationships
  • Research, discuss and debate topical issues, problems and events
  • Understand why and how rules are made and enforced, why different rules are needed in different situations and take part in making and changing rules
  • Demonstrate respect and tolerance towards others, and resolve differences by looking at alternatives, making decisions and explaining choices
  • Shown an appreciation of the diversity of religious, and ethnic identities in the United Kingdom and describe some of the different beliefs and values in society
  • Be able to articulate the meaning of the British Values and how these support harmony within their own and wider communities

We have developed our PSHE curriculum based on the new Statutory framework for Relationship and Sex Education and the needs of the pupils in our school community. The planning is based around resources recommended by the PSHE Association.

Our long term plan is below:

Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
Year 1 and 2 Cycle A What is the same and different about us? Who is special to us? (CCC link) How can we look after each other and the world? (CCC link) What can we do with money? What helps us grow and stay healthy? (CCC link)
Cycle B What makes a good friend? What is bullying? What jobs do people do? How do we recognise our feelings?  

What and who helps us to stay safe?



Year 3 and 4 Cycle A How can we be a good friend? How will we grow and change? What are families like? What makes a community? What keeps us safe? Why should we keep active and sleep well?
Cycle B What strengths, skills and interests do we have? How do we treat each other with respect? Why should we eat well and look after our teeth? How can we manage our feelings? How can our choices make a difference to others and the environment? How can we manage risk in different places?
Year 5 and 6 Cycle A  

What makes up a person’s identity?


How can drugs common to everyday life affect health?

How can friends communicate safely?


What will change as we become more independent?

How can we help in an accident or emergency? (Year 6 only)


What decisions can people make with money?



What jobs would we like?

Cycle B  


How can we keep healthy as we grow?



How can the media influence people?


How can we help in an accident or emergency? (Year 6 only)



What will change as we become more independent? How do friendships change as we grow?


Our medium term plans can be found below: