FAO: All Headteachers and PSHE Co-ordinators
The PSHE Association and Sex Education Forum have launched a joint roadmap to statutory relationships and sex education (RSE). From September 2020 all secondary schools will be required to deliver RSE, and all primary schools will be required to deliver ‘relationships education’. The government have also committed to statutory health education, meaning the majority of personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education will be compulsory from 2020.
This free roadmap is a guide to support school leaders in preparing to provide high quality RSE (and relationships education) as an identifiable part of PSHE education and is supported by five leading unions — NAHT, NEU, ASCL, UNISON, and Voice.
The roadmap includes 10 steps based on established good practice and evidence of what works. It provides practical tools and advice for schools on everything from what policies and resources to have in place, to effectively using student voice in developing their RSE provision. Follow the link below to access the downloadable roadmap