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Two Rivers High School


Welcome to our Personal, social, Health and Economic section (PSHE). 

Below you will find our PSHE policy as well as a video explaining more about how we teach PSHE within our school.

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Further information:

Anti-Bullying - Two Rivers School

Policies (see links below) If you would like paper copies please request this through the main office.  

Parental Feedback

Each year and at points within the school year, we actively seek to gain the views and opinions of our parent community. We constantly strive to improve our provision and ensure pupils have all the key knowledge required to prepare them for an independent life in modern Britain.

“Thank you for reassuring me and answering my questions. I feel better for talking and asking.”


“I am happy my child is being taught these topics in school. I feel they will be taught at an appropriate level for their needs.”

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is RSE?

RSE stands for Relationships and sex education and is part of PSHE, a weekly lesson your child receives. It is taught across the whole school but will look different according to what year group and strand your child is in. RSE is normally taught in the Spring term and often the Autumn term. It can cover important topics such as diversity, discrimination, racism, homophobia, consent, sharing images, healthy relationships and puberty.

Why is teaching RSE important?

Young people need the knowledge and understanding of relationships to be able to make healthy, safe, informed decisions. The information they receive will be delivered in a safe environment with trusted adults in a factual, appropriate and sensitive manner. RSE enables pupils to recognise and report abuse and to continue into adulthood to form healthy, safe relationships and have positive interactions with people in society.

How do we teach RSE in Discoverers?

The Discoverer pupils follow the Equals curriculum which is designed specifically for pupils with complex needs. This entails what pupils need to be taught and how this information can be shared with our students. The adults that teach PSHE and RSE are always adults that work with the pupils regularly and know them and their needs comprehensively.

Where can I find out what my child is learning?

All information about the content of RSE can located on our school website under Curriculum and school life, PSHE/RSE and Curriculum and school life, curriculum subjects, PSHE. In these places you will find statements, policies, an overview of what each class is covering and an information video explaining the content for each term.