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RSE

RSE stands for “relationships and sex education” and as part of Relationships and Health Education, is a new approach to teaching children about relationships and health.

The Relationships Education, RSE, and Health Education (England) Regulations 2019 have made Relationships Education compulsory in all primary schools. Sex education is not compulsory in primary schools.

All primary school children will be required to learn about relationships and health. Relationships and Health Education comprises two distinct areas:

  • Relationships
  • Physical health and mental wellbeing

Schools will have a lot of freedom to decide how to teach the new curriculum but must teach in a way that is:

  • Appropriate for children’s ages and development stage.
  • Sensitive to the needs and religious backgrounds of the children in the school.

By the time a child finishes primary school, they will have been taught about the following in Relationships Education:

  • Family and people who care for them.
  • Caring friendships.
  • Respectful relationships.
  • Online relationships.
  • Being safe.

 

What to Expect in the Early Years
The DfE have funded a very useful guide for parents to explain the development stages that children may experience in their Early Years. Parents and carers may find this helpful in reading how they can support their child with their development at home and what to expect at each stage. Please click on the link at the side of this page. 

 

 

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