Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education  and Health education (RSHE)



From September 2020, it is a statutory requirement that all primary schools deliver an RSHE curriculum. At SHMPS, we have spent time carefully considering a suitable curriculum for our children, which delivers the statutory programs of study. The Department for Education have set the expectations for schools to deliver content in a way that is appropriate for the needs of their pupils. The RSHE requirements are statutory for all pupils and parents do not have the right to withdraw their child from relationships and health education. Parents do have the right to withdraw their children from the non-statutory/non-science components of sex education within RSHE.  


RSHE Policy


RSHE Charter

RSHE curriculum



Autumn Term PSHE theme - Health and Wellbeing


Spring Term PSHE theme - Relationships


Summer Term PSHE theme - Living in the wider world


E-safety progression and coverage

Form to withdraw your child from Sex Education (Years 5 and 6 only)


Circle Time