Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

relationships and sex education (rse)

There are no formal lessons on sex education, but the school follows the recommend diocesan  scheme 'God's Loving Plan.' The children in Year 5 have a discussion with the school nurse about puberty.  We believe that children’s questions about sex ought to be answered plainly and truthfully, where possible, whenever they are asked.  The best people to answer children’s questions are their parents.  When the information is given in the context of a happy home by loving parents it may be more acceptable than if given by someone else, however well intentioned.  In Religious Education the children will be made aware of the importance of forming loving relationships and develop an appreciation of true Christian values and an understanding of moral principles.

Parents are the prime educators of their children. Parents have a statutory right to withdraw their children from any sex education outside the National Curriculum requirements.

If you would like to see a copy of the  relationship and sex policy please ask at the school office.


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