Preparing for statutory relationships and sex education: PSHE lead’s pack – key stages 3 and 4

Preparing for statutory relationships and sex education: PSHE lead’s pack – key stages 3 and 4

Under the Children and Social Work Act 2017, the government committed to making relationships education (primary) and relationships and sex education (secondary) statutory in all schools, including LA maintained schools, academies, free schools and independent schools. All secondary schools will soon be required to have relationships and sex education (RSE) in place and a relationships and sex education policy. 

This pack has been designed to support you as a PSHE education lead to implement the statutory changes for RSE effectively within your PSHE curriculum. To be effective, RSE should always be taught within a broader PSHE education programme. RSE enhances and is enhanced by learning around, for example, online safety, mental health, drugs and alcohol, and the development of skills and attributes such as risk management, resilience and decision making.

The pack provides guidance and materials to help you to:

  • Assess the needs of young people in your sch

Date uploaded: 18 Feb 2019

At a glance:


Resource type(s)

Guidance documents

Subject(s)

Relationships and Sex Education

Levels

Key Stage 3
Key Stage 4


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