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New Relationships & Sex Education Policy


We have reviewed our PSHE curriculum to reflect the statutory obligation to include Relationships, Sex and Health Education which became statutory in September 2020 and must be taught to pupils no later than the summer term of 2021.

In light of the statutory changes we must consult parents, pupils and staff to ensure that our updated RSE curriculum meets the new requirements as well as the needs of our pupils. We have worked hard to make sure that our new curriculum reflects:

  • Our pupils’ age and maturity levels, as well as their cultural and religious backgrounds
  • The values of our school community
  • Every pupil’s learning needs
  • What pupils need to know to be healthy and safe in school, in their personal relationships and in the wider world

We have now finished updating our RSE policy to include our proposed new curriculum. Below is a copy of our draft policy and the Scheme of Work for children in Years 1 - 6.

If you have any comments or feedback on this draft policy or Scheme of Work, we welcome your ideas and suggestions which can be submitted via this Google Form Link.

The deadline for responding to the consultation is Friday 19th February 2020. The policy will then be taken to governors for approval.

Thank you for your continued support. 

For more information on relationships and health education in schools, follow this Department for Education link or read the documents below.

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