RSHE Consultation Summer 2021
Relationship, Sex and Health education became statutory in September 2020 and it is the intention of Stroud Green Primary School to teach high quality, age appropriate, pupil-sensitive, evidence-based RSHE that demonstrates a respect for the law and all communities. It is expected that RSHE will help pupils to learn about themselves and the world they live in, giving them the skills, understanding and information they need for life. This will help them to stay safe and to flourish, not just in childhood, but into adulthood and for the rest of their lives. This is why RSHE is such an important part of the curriculum. Why are we teaching RSHE?
Because it is the right thing to do.
Our children are growing up in an increasingly complex world with new opportunities, but also new challenges. RSHE teaching is an important part of equipping our pupils for life in 21st century Britain, enabling them to embrace diversity, make the most of technology; understand the importance of, and develop the skills which lead to them being able to sustain healthy and strong relationships.
Relationships and health education is a statutory requirement for all primary schools in England. The government, Ofsted and local advisors recommend that sex education (how a baby is conceived and born) is also taught in primary school.
The policy on teaching RSHE is currently being consulted on with staff, parents/carers and governors. Click here to read it. If you have any comments or concerns please get in touch with Angelique firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 28th May.
Click here to read the parent consultation power point.
Click here to read how and why we intend to teach it.
Click here to read what we intend to teach.
Click here to read and respond to the consultation questions.