Relationships and Health Education

At St Oswald's CE Primary we aspire to teach pupils to live their lives well. RSHE in school develops the knowledge, understanding and skills young people need to manage their lives, now and in the future. We have researched a number of RSHE Schemes of Work and have based our teaching in this area on the plans contained within the Dimensions Curriculum.

Over the course of the year, we aim to explore a different right and a different British value.

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

The Right to be Me

British Value: Individual Liberty

Articles: 7,12,13,15

The Right to Learn

British Value: Democracy

Articles: 28,29,31

The Right to be Safe and Healthy

British Value: Mutual Respect and Tolerance

Articles: 16,17,19,24,27

Throughout the year, we also provide other opportunities for children to develop in RSHE through trips and special visitors. Our Y5/6 take a trip to Safety Central bi-annually to develop their understanding of safety across a range of fields. We also invite in visitors such as the police, fire and rescue, countryside safety and the NSPCC. Our RSHE scheme attached shows some of the different visitors we invite in and the topics we hope to cover.

Children are taught weekly and we use three main schemes to help them develop their understanding of the world around them and their own personal needs.

They are:

Heartsmart which provides children with opportunities to reflect on their own and others feelings. It also gives the children a chance to look at the important relationships in their own lives and how they develop these.

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No Outsiders which helps remind children to celebrate differences. This is a book based scheme where children learn about others who are different to them. It gives them a chance to explore different families, religions, languages as well as facing topics such as discrimation and prejuidce. 


Christopher Winter Project scheme is taught in the Summer term. We use this for our sex education. It provides a series of lessons per year group where children can learn about themselves. 



We also teach RSHE through our Christian values as we believe these help children to develop personally and socially. 

At St Oswald's, we hope to equip children for the wider world through developing a understanding of themselves and those around them.





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St Oswald's Worleston Primary School

Church Road,
Aston Juxta Mondrum,


Main contact Mrs Claire Jordan
SEN Contact Mrs Jo Cliffe