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RSE Curriculum

All schools are currently expected to provide PSHE education in their curriculum. This expectation has been strengthened from September 2020, when Relationships Education and Health Education aspects of the primary curriculum became compulsory in all schools. It’s vital that schools continue to cover the full breadth of PSHE education subjects that are outside the scope of the DfE’s statutory RSHE requirements so that wider life issues can be explored; these include economic education, environmental and community issues, rights and responsibilities.

As part of this, a consultation was underway to get the views of pupils, parents, staff and governors to help shape the curriculum provided and to understand Woodlea's statutory obligations.

Following the input from our community, we are ready to share with you our RSE policy and curriculum.

Attached to this page is the policy and the curriculum overview for you to read. 

If you have any question for us regarding this policy or the curriculum, please contact Mr Cole via email to the school office.