Relationships, Health and Sex Education
Relationships Education is compulsory in all primary schools in England and Relationships and Sex Education is compulsory in all secondary schools,
Self-care will be the general aim in RSHE. At appropriate stages of school life, instructions and advice will be provided by members of staff or outside agencies on personal hygiene, diet, disability, sexual matters, protective characteristics, dangers of abuse, child development and preparing for parenthood.
RSHE will be approached from a biological, ethical and moral viewpoint and a variety of teaching methods will be used. The expertise of outside agencies will also be sought.
Parents have the right to request that their child be withdrawn from some or all of sex education delivered as part of statutory RSE
Relationships and Sex Education will be approached from a biological, ethical and moral viewpoint and a variety of teaching methods or organisations will be used. The expertise of outside agencies will also be sought.