St Lawrence

 

'Teach children how they should live, and they will remember it all their life.' (Proverbs 22:6)

Relationship, Sex and Health Education (RSHE)

Welcome to the Relationship, Sex and Health Education page (RSHE.)

 
From September 2020, the Government decided that all primary school age children will be taught Relationships and Health Education, although they have given schools some flexibility on when they fully implement the new curriculum until summer 2021 due to the disruptions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic. We will be teaching the new Curriculum from after Easter 2021.

We met to consult with parents to:

  • Inform parents and carers of the school’s legal obligations on Relationships and Sex Education (From Summer term 2021).
  • Highlight the changes to our RSHE policy.
  • Make you aware of your rights as a parent/carer.
  • How, what, why and when we intend to teach the children.

The idea of this consultation exercise was to give parents a chance to see how we have interpreted the statutory guidance, for parents to ask questions and for us to gain your feedback.  Our RSHE policy and will give you all the information you need about our approach to Relationships, Sex and Health Education at St Lawrence Primary.   

The other documents (links at the bottom of the page) are designed to give you further information and guidance about these changes from the DfE and Jigsaw.   

Click here for our Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) policy.

DfE Understanding Relationships and Health Education in your child's Primary school: a guide for parents

DfE Frequently Asked Questions

Church of England Principles and Charter in relation to RSHE

CofE Progression Outcome Statements - Health Education

CofE Progression Outcome Statements - Relationships Education

CofE Progression Outcome Statements - Sex Education

Jigsaw RSHE - A Guide for Parents and Carers

Jigsaw LGBT Parent Information

Jigsaw PSHE 3-11 - Content Overview

Permission to Discuss - Talking to Your Child About Relationships and sex a Guide for Parents

Permission to Discuss Leaflet for Parents