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DfE Communication to schools on the implementation of Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex and Health Education
Please see the recent notification from the DfE about the increased flexibility on implementation of RSHE. This has been sent to all schools but we don’t want you to miss seeing the exact terms.
Relationships Education or RSE School Policy Review Service
Schools will be finalising their Relationships Education or RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) policies the summer term 2020 to ensure that they are fully compliant with their new statutory duties from September 2020. The HfL Wellbeing team are offering a policy check and review service for schools who would like to be sure their policy meets all requirements.
Booking and policy review process
To book your Relationships Education or RSE Policy Review, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to notify the team that you wish to book a review and so a date and time can be allocated.
The Wellbeing team will then confirm the review day allocated and arrange a follow up call to discuss the feedback as near to that time as possible to suit you.
Support for schools preparing for the new Relationships, Sex and Health Education curriculum for 2019/20
The mandatory changes requiring schools to deliver Relationships Education (primary), RSE (secondary) and Health Education (cross-phase) begin from September 2020. The 2019/20 academic year is a key time for curriculum review and staff training to enable effective transition. The Herts for Learning Wellbeing Team is offering schools, academies and MATs a series of training opportunities and consultancy support to develop staff confidence and curriculum quality, in addition to their range of support for the management, development and teaching of the mandatory curriculum and PSHE.
New requirements for Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex Education
The new regulations for teaching Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex Education in England’s primary and secondary schools have passed through the House of Lords and will come in to force from September 2020. Find out how Herts for Learning can help your school start making the transition with our range of specially devised training courses and consultancy services starting this term. Find out more