Redbridge Primary School

Redbridge Primary School


The school is doing excellent work.
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My child loves coming to school.
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Friendly and helpful teachers.
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Such a lovely school
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Our school has a lovely community feel about it.
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I love the school and all the staff.
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My children are very happy here and love coming to school everyday.
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Brilliant school!
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So pleased with everything the school has to offer.
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Relationship and Sex Education

The Department for Education made Relationship and Sex education (RSE) compulsory for all school children in 2020.  This has meant some changes to our PSHE curriculum.  As this area of the curriculum can be sensitive, we wanted to provide you with as much information as possible about what your child will be learning and to communicate our intentions in teaching RSE.

RSE forms part of our PSHE curriculum and is carefully planned and delivered so that it is always sensitive to the children’s age, understanding and needs. The curriculum is made up of the elements of positive relationships, healthy lifestyles, gender, growing and changing, diversity and identity.  Exploring these issues with children is crucial to their personal development and preparing them for life in our modern world.  In upper key stage 2, children will learn about reproduction as part of a cross-curricular piece of work with their science learning and will explore the changes that puberty brings.  It is important here to state that RSE is not about the promotion of sexual activity.

As a primary school, we believe that effective RSE should mean children are given age-appropriate information, in a sensitive way that enables them to primarily keep themselves healthy and safe whilst also exploring values and issues that will help develop their personal, social and moral characters.

In the booklets below, we have set out what our children will be learning in their PSHE lessons over the Summer Term, where the majority of RSE takes place.  The units the children will cover form part of a carefully planned programme, which builds on previous years’ learning.  We hope you agree with us that this learning is a valuable part of their education with us and will provide our children with the knowledge, understanding and skills that they need in order to manage their lives both now and in the future.  For more information and details, please see our PSHE including RSE policy in our policy section under the Information tab.

Year R - Purple Class

Year 1 - Red Class

Year 2 - Blue Class

Year 3 - Yellow Class

Year 4 - Green Class

Year 5 - Orange Class

Year 6 - Turquoise Class