Including Sex & Relationships Education

We teach Personal, Social, Health and Economic education throughout the school and regard it as an important strand of the national curriculum. We broadly follow the Department for Education’s SEALSs (Social, Emotional Aspects of Learning) programme.

The governors have approved the inclusion of Sex & Relationships Education in the curriculum, and details are contained in the Sex & Relationships Education policy.  We work closely with our school nurse and parents/carers are always invited to discuss the content of the programme before we begin.

Parents have the right to withdraw their child from receiving sex education at school; if there are any concerns, we encourage contact to be made with the Head Teacher. Should a child protection issue arise it will be dealt with sensitively and our normal procedure will be followed.

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