At St Anne’s, we have tried to ensure that the RSHE curriculum is sensitive to the range of different family circumstances, values and beliefs which are found within our school.

Through extensive discussion and training we have tried to provide an RSHE programme which is relevant and accessible to all of our children.

We hope the programme supports pupils in learning about different backgrounds, faiths, cultures and about the opposite sex; one that is underpinned by the promotion of respect for all members of our diverse society.

Our RSHE programme of study will be delivered in a series of sessions across the whole of our school during the Lent and Pentecost terms.

Central to our work in school is learning about our faith, including understanding ourselves, our position in our community and how we develop as human beings. Our RSHE approach focuses on friendship, family, community, relationships and spirituality. To support with the teaching of RSHE, teachers will also aspects of the Journey of Love scheme, 1 Decision PSHE and Wellbeing Scheme and Ten Ten ‘Life to the Full’ RSHE resources, all recommended and supported by the diocese.

Please see some samples of materials use below and a link and login details to the Ten Ten ‘Life to the Full’ RSHE resources for you to explore if you wish, are on the right of the page.

Ten Ten Resources

Ten Ten Parent Portal

Username: st-annes-sk17

Password: old-oak-tree

Below you can also find links to government guidelines around the teaching of RSHE including a guide for parents and FAQs.

If you ever have any questions with regards the teaching of RSHE, please do not hesitate to ask your child’s class teacher or Mrs Chapman (RSHE Lead).