Mapping the PSHE Association Programme of Study to new statutory guidance on health education and relationships education/RSE

Mapping the PSHE Association Programme of Study to new statutory guidance on health education and relationships education/RSE

Our Programme of Study for PSHE education has three strands — health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world. Schools are expected to cover all three but it will be mandatory for all schools to deliver health education and relationships and sex education (or 'relationships education' in primaries) by 2020.

With statutory status for the majority of PSHE education now confirmed, schools are beginning to review and update their curriculum accordingly. The new statutory guidance for RSE, relationships education and health education sets out what schools will be required to cover. We've updated our document outlining how the Programme of Study for PSHE education covers — and goes beyond — the statutory guidance.


 

"With the publication of the statutory guidance for RSE, relationships education and health education, schools have been asking us whether our existing PSHE education Programme of Study has already got this covered. Whilst we are already working on updating the Programme of Study and planning toolkits in line with the new guidance, rest assured that schools using our existing Programme of Study to plan high quality, regular PSHE are all set up to cover the new statutory requirements, while also ensuring vital aspects of economic wellbeing and careers are addressed. This mapping document will help you to ensure your school’s ahead of the game as you prepare to deliver the statutory elements as part of a comprehensive PSHE programme.”
– Deputy CEO and Senior Subject specialist, Jenny Barksfield

Date uploaded: 23 May 2019

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Guidance documents

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Curriculum planning
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