Relationships, Sex, Health Education
Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Parent Consultation
THE CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED
At Amble Links First School, we are consulting parents about the RSHE (Relationships, Sex and Health Education) Curriculum and Policy which have been updated to be in line with the government’s statutory guidelines. The government has made changes to what primary schools must teach for RSHE, and we have ensured we are meeting these requirements.
We have been teaching RSHE through the Jigsaw Scheme of Work for more than a year now ensuring that we have been fully prepared for these changes, as we have been meeting the statutory expectation for the teaching of RSHE before it became mandatory.
We are sharing our policy and our curriculum so that you are aware of the changes that have been made and how RSHE is taught at Amble Links. Teaching of RSHE in school will also be supported by Jane Crudace, our school nurse, who would be happy to discuss any queries with parents. Jane has made a video that helps explain things - see below.
Our Personal, Social, Health Education (PHSE) draft policy also includes our policy for teaching RSHE which has been updated with all the PSHE/RSHE lesson objectives covered for each year group. We would like your feedback on the policy and on the curriculum that we will be teaching.
To help you with this we have made range of useful information available below.
- DfE Guidance for Relationship & Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education
- DfE Parents Guide - Understanding Relationships and Health Education
- RSHE-A Guide for Parents and Carers leaflet
- PSHE-RSHE Policy May 2021 Final.pdf
- What do Primary Schools have to teach for statutory Relationships-Education?