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Denbury Primary

Primary School

Relationship & Health Education


  • The resources and planning used support pupils in developing knowledge, vocabulary and confidence to be able to communicate any safeguarding issues, and to develop an understanding of previous or potential life experiences. Therefore, powerfully supporting the addressing of social disadvantage
  • These resources are carefully mapped to ensure they build on knowledge and skills learnt before and are taught in a timely fashion set to children’s needs and to reflect children’s individual experiences.
  • The PSHE curriculum reflects the current environment and the school’s local context and is continually updated, supporting typical gaps in children’s knowledge in the areas of PSHE and safeguarding
  • The resources we use are designed to be inclusive and ensure that all pupils receive high quality teaching in PSHE to ensure they develop the knowledge and skills required



  • Where needed teachers are offered training and guidance, which ensures that delivery of the PSHE curriculum and the new statutory elements are of a high standard
  • Lessons are built on discussion. The approaches we use address making decisions and supports in depth discussion of key life moments, ensuring children understand key concepts and are engaged in active discussion
  • The curriculum builds on skills previously learnt and can be timed to match their needs.
  • Assessment within PSHE is built into the programme we use and can be gathered in a number of effective ways; student self-assessment journeys, baseline, formative, and summative assessments, discussion notes etc.



  • The curriculum planning supports effective and engaging PSHE delivery which is proven to also improve pupil behaviour in school, at home, and within the community. Our well constructed and taught curriculum shows effective results and clearly exhibits pupils learning
  • Disadvantaged and SEND pupils are fully supported through the programme and additional resources are available to support our pupils, including targeted interventions to support during difficult times of life, such as bereavement
  • Effective progression of knowledge may be viewed through work shared onto Seesaw.
  • The curriculum prepares pupils for all aspects of life, reflects the new statutory elements and ensure that pupils are ready for the next stage of their learning