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“In primary schools, we want the subjects to put in place the key building blocks of healthy, respectful relationships, focusing on family and friendships, in all contexts, including online. This will sit alongside the essential understanding of how to be healthy.”

DfE, 2019, Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education


For more information about the content that we cover please look at the links below:

Link to statutory guidance for Relationships Education:


Relationships Guidance


*Please note that we adapt the units of work on a half termly basis to meet the needs of individuals, classes and year groups based on need and circumstances in close liaison with the safeguarding and families team. 


If you have queries about our PSHE and Relationships Education then please contact our PSHE lead Mrs Bentley;


Stories are a great way to explore your child's emotional wellbeing. Stories can allow children to see things in a visual way which can help them to understand. They also allow children to think about topics from the point of view of the character so therefore removing themselves from the situation which can help children to want to talk/ ask for help. 


Below are a selection of links to suggested books to help with different emotions.!?q=&sortOption=MostRecent&pageNo=1

If you have a particular concern and would like some support with it then please do not hesitate to contact myself or the families team and we will endeavour to find you the resources to support.