• Consulting with parents and pupils, and developing policy
  • What to teach and how to teach it
  • Sustaining success

These steps signpost to a range of relevant tools and further guidance to support schools in optimising their PSHE education to meet statutory requirements, and more importantly the needs of children and young people during particularly challenging times.

The guidance is accompanied by the launch of a new ‘RSHE Ready’ podcast series on everything from engaging parents to supporting teachers’ own wellbeing. Episodes will be released over the coming weeks, and episode 1 — ‘RSHE Ready - Curriculum Planning’ is available now on iTunes, Spotify and SoundCloud.

This guidance provides timely support for schools in teaching effective RSHE. This will help teachers to support pupils with issues that are currently front of mind as we start to recover from an extremely challenging 12 months.

Margaret Mulholland

SEND & Inclusion Specialist, Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL)

See the ‘Three Steps to RSHE Success’ guidance and podcasts