Freemantles Primary

Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

The November 2021 RSE Parent Consultation information can be viewed below:

RSE Parent Consultation 

 

Primary:  Draft Curriculum

Relationships: (see Social Curriculum too)

All

Most

Some

  • Friendship
  • Family
  • People who support them
  • People who care for me
  • Taking turns
  • Permission seeking and giving
  • Online relationships
  • Being safe
  • Kindness
  • Consideration and respect
  • Awareness of difference
  • Personal privacy
  • Inappropriate/ appropriate behaviour
  • Boundaries in play
  • Different types of relationships and families
  • Marriage
  • Healthy relationships – disagreement and reconciliation

On line safety: (where appropriate)

  • Password use
  • Safe internet use
  • Gaming,
  • Use of technology
  • Messaging and sharing pictures /personal information  

Health:

  • Personal hygiene (cleaning teeth, washing hands, washing hair)
  • Independence dressing, toileting, changing for PE & Swimming

Growing up:

All

Most

Some

  • Human bodies
  • Gender
  • How your body grows
  • Changes as you get older
  • Emotions -  introduce the zones of regulation -  slowly? Inside out.
  • Menstruation
  • Puberty

 

Mental well-being: (See Social Curriculum)

  • Knowing there are a range of emotions they experience
  • Regulation of emotions
  • Voicing of how they are feeling

How to stay safe:

 

 

  • Sun safety allowing staff to help
  • Personal safety (what needs to be private wearing clothes downstairs at home / closing toilet doors)
  • Stranger danger not approaching strangers and known adults the same way
  • Helping to apply cream get/  hat etc
  • Beginning to understand appropriate touch with different adults
  • Stranger Danger and the way the rules work in this
  • Apply own cream with supervision
  • Can sort and apply appropriate people to hug / handshake in my world.
  • Can start to understand social rules for stranger danger
  • Belonging (some).

 

 

Secondary : Draft Curriculum

Relationships:

All

 Most

 Some

  • Friendship
  • Family
  • People who support them
  • Taking turns
  • Permission seeking and giving
  • Kindness
  • Consideration and respect
  • Awareness of difference
  • Personal privacy
  • Inappropriate/ appropriate behaviour
  • Management of conflict in friendships and relationships , reconciliation and ending of friendships and relationships
  • Flirting / Dates
  • Understanding making an effort to look nice
  • Long term relationships – different types
  • The law
  • Healthy relationships
  • Bullying behaviour Roles and responsibilities of parents
  • Different types of relationship
  • LGBTQ
  • Sexual harassment
  • Coercive control
  • The law

Sexual understanding:

All

 Most

 Some

  • Changes with puberty
  • Private / public
  • Appropriate behaviour according to the context
  • Girls (managing menstruation)
  • Consent
  • Sexual behaviour
  • Sexual health
  • Reproductive health pregnancy 
  • The Law
  • Sexual relationships and it being ok to want this to be on your own
  • Consent – a full understanding .
  • Identify and manage sexual pressure
  • STIs
  • Contraception
  • Masturbation and support with process privacy and place
  •  

Online safety:

All

 Most

 Some

  • Safe internet use

 

  • Gaming appropriate comments
  • Social media appropriate content 
  • Trolling and the risks
  • Personal Information
  • Internet shopping / banking
  • Identifying
  • Grooming
  • ‘Sexting’
  • Online CSE
  • Peer on peer abuse online   

Mental well being:

All

Most

Some

  • See health curriculum
  • Reasons for wanting relationships
  • Considering own and partners mental state
  • Is the relationship fair and respectful
  • Considering what impact accessing / attempting  relationships has upon Mental health

Physical Health:

All

Most

Some

  • See Health Curriculum

 

 

  • Sexual health
  • Recognising when things are not right and seeking help
  • Pregnancy and contraception and health
  • Considering supporting the physical health of self and a partner  

Drugs and alcohol education and the ways in which these may impair judgements on Relationships and Sex as appropriate