Gauge the extent to which your PSHE education programme covers the Programme of Study and DfE Statutory Guidance.
New for 2021, our curriculum audit tools are designed to support PSHE Leads and their colleagues to map their PSHE education provision, including the statutory content, against both the DfE Statutory Guidance for Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health education (sometimes known as RHE/RSHE ) and the PSHE Association Programme of Study for Key Stages 1 to 5.
Why are there two different curriculum audits?
The Curriculum Audit: DfE Statutory Guidance allows you to identify the extent to which your current PSHE education programme covers the statutory Relationships education, Relationships and Sex education and Health education (RHE/RSHE) content. Whilst the DfE statutory guidance sets out what schools must cover, it does not include everything schools should cover as part of broader PSHE education. The Curriculum audit: Programme of Study allows you to gauge the extent to which your programme covers not only the statutory content but also the vital learning on economic wellbeing, careers and enterprise, media literacy, personal safety, and assessing and managing risk, that your pupils need to equip them to manage the opportunities and challenges they face now and in the future, and to thrive in life and work.
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