This maps Kapow Primary's RSE and PSHE lessons to the PSHE Association's Programme of Study and its core themes: Health and wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the wider world.
The PSHE Association's Programme of Study is the only national programme of study for PSHE education and is signposted to by the Department for Education.
Why is this document useful?
Most of PSHE education is now statutory, and primary schools must also provide Relationships education. This is aimed at equipping students with knowledge and skills for a healthy life in modern Britain. It also helps them meet academic goals and become responsible members of society.
Ofsted now places a greater emphasis on PSHE education, and schools must show that they are meeting statutory requirements. To support schools with this, the PSHE Association‘s Programme of study offers a starting point for the implementation of a PSHE curriculum. By using Kapow Primary’s RSE and PSHE scheme, you can ensure that you are providing full coverage of the PSHE Association’s programme of study, whilst benefitting from Kapow Primary’s expert knowledge, resources and supporting documents.
This document maps the learning objectives from the PSHE Association’s core themes: Health and wellbeing; Relationships; and Living in the wider world, against Kapow Primary’s RSE & PSHE scheme, to show which lessons (KS1 and KS2) provide coverage of each objective.
To see how Kapow Primary’s RSE and PSHE scheme covers the statutory requirements, see our RSE/PSHE Statutory guidance mapping document.
What is the PSHE Association?
The PSHE Association is a national charity that supports children’s physical and mental health, relationships, careers, and economic wellbeing through PSHE education. It provides guidance, training, and teaching resources to 50,000 teachers and schools. The organisation campaigns for mandatory Relationships education, RSE, and Health education and offers resources and guidance, including the Programme of study for PSHE Education.