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Relationships, Sex and Health Education

From September 2020, the Department of Education made Relationships and Health Education, and Relationships Education compulsory in all schools. They also recommended that schools teach Sex Education. The new guidance focuses on healthy relationships and keeping children safe in the modern world. It also covers a wide range of topics relating to physical and mental health, well-being, the changing adolescent body, safeguarding and healthy relationships.


Relationships, Sex and Health Education is taught as part of our PSHE curriculum. We follow the Christopher Winter Project scheme of work, which is a nationally approved scheme along with the Science National Curriculum and any additional materials relevant to each year group.


Please read through this parent's information presentation for more information about RSHE at Ironville and Codnor Park Primary School. Please do not hesitate to contact me for any further information you require:

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RSHE Learning Outcomes

Below are the RSHE learning objectives set out by the Christopher Winter Project, which will be taught alongside our PSHE scheme of work to meet the Department for Education expectations:

Assessment Model

The majority of our PSHE work involves talk or circle time activities, where children and adults contribute, consider and reflect on a given theme. Therefore, our assessment tools are generally talk based and may include:

  • Verbal feedback
  • Questions boxes
  • Quizzes
  • Pupil presentations
  • Closing rounds such as ‘One new thing I have learnt today is…’ or ‘One piece of advice for staying safe is…’
  • Role play
  • Observations
  • 1:1 discussions


RSHE policy