From September 2020, the Department for Education has made Relationships and Health Education compulsory for all primary aged children. Relationships, Health and Sex Education is about the emotional, social and cultural development of pupils, and involves learning about relationships, staying safe, respect, healthy lifestyles, diversity and personal identity.
Whilst encouraging feedback and input from the parent community, we wrote the first draft of Tudor School's 'Relationship and Sex Education' policy in 2020 and it has also been further updated. This policy includes the outcomes for the ‘Relationships Education’ curriculum for all children in Reception Class to Year 6. It was important that this policy was written in consultation with parents and carers of pupils' at Tudor School as well as alongside advisory input from Herts county. The policy can be found below
If you have any comments or questions about policy and/or curriculum content please contact Miss Bail or Mr Weightman via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Miss Bail - PSHE Lead