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Our PSHCE Curriculum


PSHCE includes RSE and Health Education as specified in the DfE Statutory Requirements.



At Chambersbury the purpose and aims of PSHCE education are to:


Teach children:

  • the knowledge and life skills to stay safe and develop healthy and supportive relationships, particularly dealing with the challenges of growing up in an online world’ (DFE, 2017).
  • accurate information about the body, reproduction, sex, and sexual health. It also gives children and young people essential skills for building positive, enjoyable, respectful and non-exploitative relationships and staying safe both on and offline (PSHCE Association - Sex and Relationships for the 21st Century, 2014).
  • respect for themselves and each other, building on an understanding of the different relationships with family and friends and to move confidently from early childhood into adolescence.


Empower children: 

  • to make informed decisions about their wellbeing, health and relationships and to build their self-efficacy.
  • To keep themselves safe


Support children: 

  • to put knowledge into practice as they develop the capacity to make sound decisions when facing risks, challenges and complex contexts (DfE Relationships Education Guidance, 2019).
  • through their early physical, emotional and moral development



PSHCE, RSE and Health Education are delivered using the following tools:


  • Dorothy Dot Com Scheme of Work
  • National Curriculum Requirements for RSE
  • Zones of Regulation
  • Assembly time
  • Talk time
  • Evidence Me in EYFS to share PSD with parents
  • Colour Monsters in EYFS
  • British Red Cross First Aid Resources
  • NSPCC resources particularly the Pant Zone


Every child has a PSHCE folder for keeping learning.

Folders are not ‘marked’ but must be monitored by teacher for safeguarding.

Every class has a Zones of Regulation/ Colour Monster display.


Individual differences and SEND are accommodated in provision and lesson planning.





  • All children are taught the full curriculum in all classes.
  • All children show improvements in self-regulation and emotional wellbeing –using and applying key strategies and tools.
  • Children with additional SEMH needs are identified early and appropriate Tier 1 and Tier 2 support is put into place.
  • Children with ongoing SEMH needs are referred to appropriate support agencies.
  • Children are able to stay safe in a range of situations, including personal relationships and online.
  • Children know and use appropriate First Aid.
"Pupils at Chambersbury Primary School receive a good quality of education. They know staff want them to do well." OFSTED, November 2022