PSRE and RE
Personal, Social and Relationship Education (PSRE)
Although Personal, Social and Relationship Education (PSRE) is a non-statutory subject, the National Curriculum framework document states that "all schools should make provision for personal, social, relationship and economic education." Schools are expected to use PSRE to build on the statutory guidance on: drug education, financial education, sex and relationships and the importance of physical activity and diet for a healthy lifestyle. Where possible, we aim to teach PSRE so that it is part of a wider project experience. However, sometimes it is necessary to teach stand-alone lessons.
Sex and relationships education is provided to Year 6 children by a qualified health professional.
Religious Education (RE)
Our Religious Education curriculum follows the Hampshire syllabus, Living Difference III.