Our intent for Relationships and Sex and Personal, Social and Health Education is that pupils will learn how to foster healthy relationships and friendships in light of the wisdom of the Church. We believe that this is a lifelong process, not just learning about the biological understanding of others, and ourselves but about relationships, feelings and behaviour in addition to enabling children to understand and value themselves and others, to take responsibility for their actions and make informed choices.

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We follow the Life to the Full scheme for our RSE lessons. Life to the Full is a Relationships and Health Education curriculum programme underpinned by a Christian faith understanding that our deepest identity is as a child of God – created, chosen and loved by God. As a Catholic School, we follow a model curriculum for Relationships Education devised by the Diocese of Westminster. This covers the statutory requirements for the teaching of Relationships Education within the Primary School but is rooted in the Catholic Church’s teaching about what it is to be truly human in Christ, what it means to live well in relationship with others and is presented within a positive framework of Christian virtues.

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Cultural Capital

Throughout the year, we use our themed weeks to enhance our PSHE and RSE teaching, with a different visitors, workshops and trips for all children to take part in.

Each class has a first aid workshop to teach children some basic first aid, helping to keep themselves and others safe. All children learn who to call in an emergency and how to keep others safe.



 Every year we celebrate ‘Anti-Bullying Week’, following the national theme. We always start the week with Odd Socks Day to celebrate that we are all unique and special. We invite in a range of speakers to lead workshops with the children, including MIND.




We are always looking for different ways to support children’s mental health. Lords invited us to take part in a workshop to learn about the link between physical and mental health. Children took part in a cricket match and explored the concept that keeping active is a really powerful way to enhance your physical and mental health.


Throughout the year, we have an ongoing focus on online safety and learning about keeping safe online in lots of different ways. We regularly invite in Belinda Evans, our computing consultant, who meets with staff, parents and children to keep everyone up to date with the latest online safety advice.



Year 6 take part in the Junior Citizen Event at the London Transport Museum. They participate in a range of different workshops including fire safety, road safety, first aid, drug safety, online safety as well as safety when travelling on the bus and Underground. They work with the experts from Hope UK, Transport for London, the Metropolitan Police, the London Ambulance Service and London Fire Service who led these informative workshops.


Every year, our School Council representatives visit the Houses of Parliament to have a greater understanding of democracy and how decisions are made for our country. This helps the children to better represent their classes in our School Council meetings.




Please click here to see our most recent PSHE (including RSE) news posts, celebrating all the PSHE (including RSE) learning that is taking place in the school.