Relationships, Health and Sex Education (RSHE)
At Step by Step school, we teach Relationships, Health and Sex Education in line with statutory guidance (Department for Education, 2021).
What we teach
Relationships Education (Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form)
We aim to friendships, family relationships and relationships with other peers and adults.
Health Education (Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form)
Health Education aims to seek support as early as possible when issues arise. Health Education includes key information around naming body parts and how our body changes during puberty, both mentally and physically.
Sex and Relationships Education (Secondary and Sixth Form)
We aim to manage relationships.
Addressing Relationships and Sex Education has three main elements enabling pupils to:
- Explore their own and other peoples’ attitudes and values.
- Develop and practice personal and social skills.
- Increase their knowledge and skills.
The Relationships, Health and Sex Education (RHSE) policy is underpinned by the ethos and values of our school and we uphold it as an entitlement for all our pupils. We recognise the need to deliver an effective programme that meets the needs of every one of our pupils.
How we teach
Some RSHE to build and consolidate knowledge of the subject.
Other to support progress.
Click here for our RSHE policy.