PSHE & RSE

    PSHE & RSE

    The Government has made Relationships Education and Health Education compulsory in all schools. As part of this, all schools are required to produce a Relationships Education policy, ours can be viewed from the link below.

    We believe that parents and carers have a key role in educating their children about relationships and our policy was produced following a consultation process with the school community.

    There are statutory topics that primary schools need to teach in Relationship Education, Health Education and Sex Education and the government has set out the content that need to be taught by the end of Primary. See document link below for more information. 

    We also include our PSHE and RSE curriculum statement below for your information. 

    PSHE and RSE Curriculum Statement - INTENT, IMPLEMENTATION & IMPACT

    PSHE AND citizenship policy - Draft - going to governors Jan 2022

    RSE POLICY

    WHAT TO TEACH - EXTRACT FROM THE DFE GUIDANCE INCLUIDNG ALL THE TOPICS THAT NEED TO BE COVERED BY THE END OF PRIMARY from Camden Learning

    FAQ for Parents about the Changes from Camden Learning

     

     

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