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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.
Please remember the Bank Holiday on Monday 2nd May (so the school is closed) and this half term ends on Thursday 26th May at 3:15pm.