How we are working with Schools, preparing for RSE (Relationship and Sex Education in Schools) 2020

From September 2020, relationships and sex education will become statutory in all secondary schools in England.

Relationships education will become statutory in all primary schools in England. In line with government guidance, we recommend that age-appropriate sex education is also taught in all primary schools.

We are in the process of working with fellow realtionship charities, Ofsted and government RSE practitioners to influence practice and so inspire teachers, parents and decision-makers nationwide to support children and young people to develop the relationships skills they need and want for life.

We particpated in a case study, in Highgate School, where we worked with teachers, offering training on recognising the impact of inter-parental conflict on children. You can read it here:





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