Our aim for the ‘Alliance for Learning RSHE Hub Network’ is to work with other schools to enable sharing and learning from examples of good practice, whilst reducing the pressures of the additional workload that the new Department for Education guidance entails. We believe that high quality, well-informed delivery of the RSHE curriculum is crucial  to maintaining/improving all students’ perceptions of the subject and enabling them to be prepared for life beyond school and make progress in line with other subjects. It is our desire is for all young people to be educated in the skills and knowledge required to thrive in life, supported in their learning in order to succeed as healthy, well-rounded citizens. 

We believe that good quality RSHE is the vehicle for achieving this goal, but we also recognise the significant effort that will be required to ensure this and therefore believe that a collaborative approach, via our RSHE Hub Network (which we will use to signpost to useful resources, share good practice, unite primary and secondary schools), is essential to successful implementation.


Please click the links to the left to find out more about the opportunities available for primary and secondary schools.