Why teach Relationship Sex and Health Education?

We are committed to supporting all children to grow up happy, healthy and safe, and to provide them with the knowledge they need to manage the opportunities and challenges of modern Britain. That is why all primary age children will be taught Relationships Education and Health Education.  Following the guidelines from the Government, we are required to teach Relationships and Sex Health Education (RSHE) as part of our PSHE curriculum. 

Statutory Guidance for Relationship Sex and Health Education

Statutory Guidance for Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Health Education (RSHE), published by the Department for Education (DfE) in June 2019, outlines what schools need to cover from September 2020. Click here.

Communication to schools from the DfE, regarding the implementation of Relationships Sex and Health Education in September 2020

Due to the impact of coronavirus, please see the attached, which has given school some flexibility in the preparations, in fully implementing RSHE in 2020-2021. Click here.


Other useful information for families

Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex education (RSE) and Health education: FAQsClick here. 

Understanding Relationships and Health Education in your child’s primary school: a guide for parents. Click here.



 Parent Talk

RSHE Parent Consultation Year 1 and 2

RSHE Parent Consultation Year 3 and 4

RSHE Parent Consultation Year 5

Wave 2 RSHE Parent consultation

Letter to Families    

RSHE Draft 3 syllabus

We are pleased to inform you that Draft 3 of the Relationship, Sex and Health Education syllabus that has been reviewed to reflect feedback from parents via and the online feedback form, working party groups and feedback shared from parents following the initial (cancelled) virtual consultations, Draft 3 can be accessed via the link 



26th May 2021

RSHE Nov 2020  

13th March 2020

Myth busting sheet for schools and families in Redbridge