RSHE Policy and Consultation Process
Relationship and Sexual Health Education Policy RSE is now a statutory part of the National Curriculum and schools are required to have a policy on their principles and practices on the whole area of relationships and sex education. Schools are then required to consult with parents for their thoughts and opinions on the matter to inform future policies and decisions in this sensitive area. As a primary school the main part of our job is to promote healthy relationships between our children and others in all areas of their lives; ‘The focus in primary school should be on teaching the fundamental building blocks and characteristics of positive relationships, with particular reference to friendships, family relationships, and relationships with other children and with adults’. If you would like to contribute to the discussion in this area, please read the policy and the letter from Mrs Glynn. Thank you.
|Relationships Education Relationships and Sex Education RSE and Health Education 2020||[pdf 577KB]|
|RSHE Policy 2021||[pdf 371KB]|