RSE and PSHE

  • Scheme of work for Years 1-6
  • Full coverage of the 2020 RSE curriculum
  • 100+ lesson plans
  • Animated pupil videos for puberty
  • Q&A videos with experts
  • NEW! Education for a Connected World mapping

Be RSE & PSHE ready!

Relationships and Sex Education will become compulsory in the academic year 2020/21. Ensure your school is fully curriculum compliant.

 

Our RSE and PSHE content is co-authored by specialists and offers a full scheme of work and support teachers with their subject knowledge.

 

A free trial will give you seven days to explore our RSE and PSHE resources, completely without obligation.

Useful resources for teaching RSHE and PSHE

Skills developed

  • 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
  • Learning to make independent choices and not to be influenced by others
  • Operating safely in a digital world

Explore by key stage

Introduction to Kapow Primary: RSE & PSHE

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Post-lockdown curriculum 2021

Download a sixteen-week condensed curriculum plan here  and support your pupils in covering the essential skills and knowledge for RSE & PSHE. (This plan assumes the children have covered our recommended units for remote teaching in January & February 2021).

See a sample of one of our puberty pupil videos

See the whole lesson and video here:Introduction to puberty

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Our approach

  • Full curriculum coverage across five topics: Family and relationships, Health and wellbeing, Safety and the changing body, Citizenship, Economic wellbeing
  • Created by RSE & PSHE specialists
  • Guides for schools and to share with parents and careers
  • Supports the PSHE Association's Programme of Study
  • Five Unique animated puberty videos for pupils
  • Content mapped to Education for a Connected World framework

Watch the Q&A with subject expert Sarah Huggins!