RSE and PSHE
- Full scheme of work
- Full curriculum coverage
- Animated puberty videos for children
- 100+ child friendly lesson plans
- Information for parents
- ***NEW PSHE lessons***
Be RSE ready!
Relationships and Sex Education will become compulsory for all primary schools in the academic year 2020/21. How can you ensure your school is curriculum compliant and your colleagues are ready to teach all that is required?
Our RSE and PSHE content is co-authored by specialists and is designed to provide a full scheme of work and support teachers with their subject knowledge, and provides engaging lessons for pupils.
Valuing families and different family structures
Creating and maintaining positive friendships
Developing safe and respectful relationships
Understanding the changes that take place during puberty
Promoting good health and carrying out first aid
The ability to make independent choices and not to be influenced by others
Operating safely in a digital world
Unique animated puberty videos for pupils
Full curriculum coverage across three topics: safety and the changing body; health and wellbeing; and families and relationships
Additional resources such as parent presentation and a progression of learning guide
Created by subject specialists
135 lesson plans and supporting resources easy to adapt for each year group
Supports the PSHE Association
Five animated pupil videos covering puberty, menstruation, pregnancy and birth
Stereotyping lessons for Years 1, 2 and 3
Watch the Q&A with subject expert Sarah Huggins!
We were thrilled to host a livestream tonight with PSHE and RSE expert Sarah Huggins from Personal Development Matters on everything RSE – from dealing with parents, to the different terminology, what is statutory and what isn't and much more.The livestream is now available to watch and is definitely a must-see for all primary teachers.
Posted by Kapow Primary on Tuesday, 15 September 2020
80 PSHE lessons (September)
10 Teacher videos (October)
Stereotyping lessons for Years 4, 5, 6 (August)