Our mission statement commits us to the education of the whole child and we believe that Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is an integral part of this education. It is in this context that we commit ourselves in partnership with parents/carers to provide children and young people with a positive and prudent relationships and sexual education which is compatible with the their physical, cognitive, psychological and spiritual maturity and rooted in the Catholic vision of education and the human person.

Tracking Progress in RSHE

We deliver RSHE in line with our RSE policy and statutory requirements and alongside our RE, PSHE, science and computing curriculum across all year groups. The progress is therefore tracked within the subject areas that it is taught within.


RSHE Policy

To read our most up to date RSHE policy, please visit our Policies webpage.

Useful Links for Parents

 RSHE Parents Evening Information  RSE Statutory Guidance RSE BBC Teach KS2 Resource Guide for Parents


What does RSHE learning look like in our school?