New compulsory guidance for Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), and Health Education (HE)
In September 2020, Relationships and Sex Education, and Health Education became compulsory in UK secondary schools.
We have been teaching this for the past two years as part of our Academy’s new PSHE programme, and would like to share with you what we do.
Isca Academy’s Parental Consultation for Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education (HE) has now ended.
- 100% of respondents said that they understand the statutory guidance for RSE and HE from September 2020.
- 100% of respondents said that they think our policy fulfils the statutory guidance.
- 100% of respondents said that they understand their parental rights and what they can do if they have a concern.
Parents particularly like our use of open discussion, the use of ground rules, and signposting for further help and advice.
If you would like further information about Relationship and Sex Education, and Health Education, please refer to the links on this page in the first instance.