Oct 16, 2019
Advice for parents on Relationships & Sex Education (RSE)
The Statutory Instrument or Regulations enforcing the new compulsory subjects of Relationships Education (primary), Relationships & Sex Education (secondary), as well as Health Education, passed into law on 9th May 2019. The associated Statutory Guidance regarding the content and delivery of these subjects was approved and issued on June 26th 2019.
Schools must ‘have regard’ to the Guidance but are not mandated to follow it: i.e. they must ‘take it into account’ but can depart from it where they have ‘clear reasons’. These RSE Regulations will be mandatory from September 2020.
Click HERE to download ParentPower’s PDF Document on Civil Rights and RSE.
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