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RSHE with E4S

RSHE stands for Relationship, Sex and Health Education. At Fittleworth School, we have chosen to use the E4S platform to deliver our RSHE curriculum. E4S (Education for Safeguarding) has been endorsed by West Sussex as an online toolkit with 4 main cornerstones and a whole school approach to teaching safeguarding. 

Please see our Long Term Plan for teaching the RSHE curriculum. Each unit comes under one of the 4 main cornerstones and will be covered in both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 to ensure consistency across the school. A typical RHSE lesson will include much discussion and questioning, giving the children ample opportunity to explore their own feelings as well as find out and appreciate the thoughts and opinions of their peers. 

The School Council will be representatives from each class as the pupils' voice, and will meet regularly to discuss whole school issues relating to our RSHE curriculum. Parents views are also valued and so regular surveys will be sent out to give parents the chance to have their say in relation to any issues arising at home which may be relevant to our learning of RSHE or safeguarding.