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Relationships and Sex Education

Relationship and Sex Education

At Burradon Community Primary School we believe that we have the responsibility to provide children of all ages with accurate, sensitive, appropriate information based on their needs.  We have based our RSE policy the DFEE guidance Document:  Relationship and Sex Education Guidance 2019 which will become statutory in September 2020.  In this document it states that RSE education in primary schools should put in place the key building blocks of healthy, respectful relationships, focusing on family and friendships, in all contexts, including online.

 

RSE is part of the personal, social, health and economic education of children. It focuses on relationships, equality, friendships, family life, communication, safety, respect, trust and caring for others. There is also a clear focus on mental health and well-being, resilience and where to go for help if needed.

 

Details about life cycle and reproduction are included in our RSE scheme and are also addressed in the Science curriculum.

 

 RSE contributes to the social, moral and cultural development of children and provides an open and safe environment for children to learn about positive relationships, to value and respect themselves and others and to make responsible and reasoned choices.

Tuesday 10th December 2019 2:30 - 3:30

Parents drop in to look at Relationship and Sex Education Resources


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