At Mile Oak Primary School we believe that PSHE is key to our children’s emotional development and well-being. It is at the heart of our curriculum underpinning our school culture and learning. Our PSHE curriculum promotes the school values of respect, courage, pride and ambition which are key skills beneficial to our children now and in the future. PSHE allows pupils to become safe, happy and healthy individuals and encourages them to develop an understanding of others and how we are all different and all equal. At Mile Oak our PSHE curriculum is based on the DFE statutory guidance for Primary Relations and Health Education and the PSHE Association programme of study. Our curriculum map has been developed using materials from Brighton and Hove City Council and the 1 decision scheme of learning.

Click here to view our curriculum map

Click here to view our PSHE/RSE Policy

Click here to see our progression in vocabulary

We explore many important topics which encourage the personal and social development of the child and enables our pupils to gain the skills to become active participants who contribute to their local community and the wider world.

We are happy that our children feel comfortable to discuss and debate topics due to our safe and welcoming PSHE classrooms. We believe that all members of our school community have the right to feel valued and respected.



The school's PSHE and RSE Lead is Miss Turnbull.

If you have any questions about the school's PSHE and RSE curriculum, contact your child's class teacher or Miss Turnbull via the school office.