From September 2020, sex and relationships education (SRE) is being replaced by compulsory relationships and sex education (RSE).

The following became mandatory as part of the PSHE curriculum:

  • Relationships education in all primary schools
  • Relationships and sex education in all secondary schools
  • Health education, including mental health, in all state funded schools.

Following consultation with our school community, we wish to share with you both the staturoy guidance and the scheme of work that we follow at All Saints in order to deliver the RSE curriculum.

Our RSE Scheme of Work

DFE RSE Statutory Guidance

C of E Education Office Response to the RSE Curriculum

If you have any questions regarding our school curriculum, please email our Curriculum Development Lead, Mrs Hannah Mayhew.

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