RSE stands for Relationships and Sex Education and is compulsory in all state schools in England. RSE covers relationships, health and how the child's body develops during adolescence. It also combines healthy eating, keeping safe on and offline and basic first aid.
Some aspects of RSE are covered in other subjects such as Science.
As a school we have purchased the SCARF scheme of work from Coram Life Education, which covers the bulk of our RSE and PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education).
This section of the website has been designed to give you our policy on RSE as well as detail about how the curriculum we follow meets the government's statutory content.
This policy has been drafted form consultation purposes with staff and parents ahead of adoption by the governing body. Please read the policy and feel free to share your views with us at the school. Comments can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The document below shows how our curriculum and the lessons we teach aligns with the government's statutory content for RSE.