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Curriculum Intent

At Ingram Road Primary School, the intent of our PSHE curriculum is to deliver a curriculum which is accessible to all, and that will maximise the outcomes for every child, so that they know more, remember more and understand more. PSHE is embedded in all that we do to enable our children to become independent, responsible, healthy and confident members of society. Our PSHE curriculum has been built with the aim to support the development of the ‘whole child’, by helping them to understand how they are developing personally and socially as well as promoting their social, mental and physical development. Children will be able to develop the ability to tackle the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. Through our discreet lessons as well as wider cross curricular approach to teaching PSHE, children are taught how to keep themselves safe, physically and emotionally resulting in the acquisition of knowledge and skills, which enables children to access the wider curriculum. We provide our children with opportunities for them to learn about rights and responsibilities and appreciate what it means to be a member of a diverse society. Our children are encouraged to develop their sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community.

PSHE Intent, implementation and impact

PSHE and SRE skills progression

PSHE and SRE curriculum overview

The Relationships Education, RSE , and Health Education (England) Regulations 2019 have made Relationships Education compulsory in all primary schools.




Why is RSE important in primary schools?

A comprehensive programme of SRE provides accurate information about the body, reproduction, sex, and sexual health. It also gives children and young people essential skills for building positive, enjoyable, respectful and non-exploitative relationships and staying safe both on and offline."





What we will be learning this year: 









Useful Websites for PSHE


Children's Mental Health Young Minds - Children's Mental Health Advice

Healthy Eating for Young Children - Healthy Eating 

Staying Safe Online and online bullying - Childline

Staying safe and protecting children - NSPCC