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RSE Update

An important part of our curriculum is children's Personal, Social, Health and Economic education.  This gives our young people the knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills to live healthy, safe, productive and fulfilled lives. From September 2020 the Department for Education is making Relationships Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education compulsory in all schools. 

What does the new guidance mean? 

The new guidance focuses on healthy relationships and keeping children safe in the modern world. It also covers a wide range of topics relating to physical and mental health, well-being, safeguarding and healthy relationships. Learning about the emotional, social and physical aspects of growing up gives young people the information, skills and positive values to have safe, fulfilling relationships and will help them take responsibility for their own well-being. 

How will this be delivered? 

Since last academic year, we have incorporated the new guidance into our PSHE and RSE policy. Within our curriculum, this is implemented through age-appropriate sessions that meet the needs of all pupils. Our PSHE and RSE policy is attached so that you can see what we cover in each age group. We will make sure that any content that has not been able to be taught this year, is covered next year.

If you would like to find out more, make any comments or ask any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher or Mrs Jeggo, our PSHE and RSE leader.

RSE day

RSE day is on 25th June. This is an annual celebration to educate children and raise awareness and understanding of healthy relationships and positive sexual health. Whilst we are unable to take part in school this year, attached are some ideas that you may be able to do at home.

RSE Day for home and school

RSE Policy

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