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GHLL's Relationships (Sex) and Health Education curriculum resource

GHLL's Relationships Sex and Health Educaction curriculum

GHLL has developed resources to support primary, secondary and FE settings in Gloucestershire to deliver the new statutory Relationships and Health Curriculum.

The flow charts below have been written to help schools and settings ensure their policies, practice and curriculum are meeting the statutory requirements.

Included in these resources are overviews of each sub-section of the Relationships and Health Statements for Primary and Relationships Statements for Secondary and FE. These can be populated when auditing current delivery and used as a tool to identify gaps that need to be plugged.

For any further support regarding this resource, please email Ghll@gloucestershire.gov.uk

For Primary

We recommend schools also read the Guide to Using the GHLL R(S)HE Resource.

Complete a subject review

Audit current practice, mapping current coverage against statutory guidance

Consider the model of delivery and how R(S)HE is embedded in your broader PSHE curriculum

Map out coverage across all year groups, with identified objectives

Develop a scheme of work ensuring key learning is built on, progressively and spirally, year on year

Write, or find, lesson plans

 

 

 

 

For Secondary and FE settings



Complete a subject review/audit

Audit current practice, mapping current coverage against statutory guidance

Consider the model of delivery at your setting. Ensure enough time is allocated in order to cover all the required elements of the RSE programme.

Map out coverage across all year groups. Consider the specific needs of your students/local community.

Build on the curriculum (spiral curriculum), year on year in order to embed knowledge, understanding, skills and values.

Develop schemes of work

 

 



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