Relationship Education

Subject Intent:

To increase pupils’ prospects by:


 Enabling pupils to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage their lives, now and in the future.

Building foundations for a love of life, a love of learning and a love of one another

To help children and young people to stay healthy and safe, while preparing them to make the most of life and work.

To help pupils reach their academic potential.

To support our children to become healthy and responsible members of society, as well as preparing them for life and work in modern Britain.

To addresses pupils’ personal safety and their mental health while preparing them for life and work in a changing world.

To enable our children to stay safe both online and offline,

To improve their physical and emotional health and develop the character,

To give our children resilience and skills they need to succeed academically and in the workplace.

To give our children the non-academic skills and attributes acquired through PSHE education in order to have a positive impact on their academic performance and life chances, as well as helping to improve their employability and social mobility.

To help our children develop personally and socially, and tackle many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up.

To 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.

To encourage our children to develop their sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community.


Key Documents

1. PSHE at USL

2. Curriculum Progression PSHE

3. PSHE Policy

4. PSHE Action Plan 23-24


6. British Values in PSHE at USL

7. Code of Respect

8. Learning Objectives by Year Group

Sex and Relationship Education

DFE Parent Guide to Relationship Education

Sex and Relationship Policy


Below are some examples of lesson planning and lesson activities for the SRE unit within PSHE. The school reserves the right to amend/adapt these activities based on teachers' knowledge of their class. To find out exactly what your child will be learning within SRE (Sex and Relationships Education), please speak to your child's class teacher.


Reception planning.pdf

reception_lesson 1.pdf




Reception Weblinks and Book Resources

Time to get out of the bath Shirley- John Burningham 

The bath monster colin Boys 

NSPCC Pants Rule

Year 1

Year 1Planning.pdf

Year 1Planning.pdf





RSHE Y1 My Body is My Body.pdf

Year 1 Weblinks and Book Resources

Mr Bean Frog Clip Frog Spawn and Tadpoles | Mr. Bean Official Cartoon - YouTube 

Ageing processAging Timelapse in 30 Seconds - From Young to Old - Still Beautiful - YouTube 

NSPCC Pant Rule Talk PANTS & Join Pantosaurus - The Underwear Rule | NSPCC 

Year 2

Year 2 Planning.pdf





Year 2 Weblinks and Books

How are babies made? Alastair Smith 

Amazing You Dr Gail Cravath 

Year 3

Year 3 Planning.pdf



Year 4

Year 4 Planning.pdf



Year 5

Year 5 Planning.pdf





RSHE Y5 and Y6 The Changing Adolescent Body planning (4).pdf

Understanding Menstruation and the Menstrual Cycle Planning.pdf

Menstruation and the Menstrual Cycle resource (1).pdf


Year 5 Weblinks and book resources 

The Menstrual Cycle - YouTube 

menstruation_and_the_menstrual_cycle_resource_1_.pdf ( 

periods.pdf ( 

Period pain - NHS ( 

Hair in funny places Babette Cole 

You tube- some bits aren’t nice Some of your bits ain't nice! - YouTube 

Where Willy Went by Nicolas Allan 

Year 6

Year 6 Planning.pdf






Year 6  Weblinks and book resources 

BBC iPlayer - Operation Ouch! - Series 4: 10. Dont Panic About Puberty (Special) 

Next Stop, Puberty! | Primary teaching resource | ClickView 

Miracle of life - YouTube 

Period pain - NHS ( 

Mummy laid an egg Babette Cole 

family_Poster_st4.indd ( 

different_families_same_love_pack.pdf ( 

School Vision

Building foundations for a love of life, a love of learning and a love of one another