Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship Education (PSHCE)
The Department for Education is introducing compulsory Relationships Education for primary pupils and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) for secondary pupils from September 2020. Also, from September 2020 it will be compulsory for all schools to teach Health Education.
Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) Policy - DRAFT
We are currently drafting the RSE Policy for September 2020 and are interested in your feedback and input.
This draft policy has been created following a parent forum in January 2020, extensive meetings with the School Council; and in discussion with staff. The school has used a number of resources to build its policy: DFE guidance, PSHE Association guidance and recommendations; and 'The Key' guidance and recommendations.
Please read the draft policy below and use the form to feedback any recommendations you have regarding the draft policy. This form will be closed on 10 July 2020 to enable the school to review and act upon any recommendations made.