Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), and Health Education (RSHE) and PSHE
We provide support to all schools and academies for all aspects of the statutory Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) and wider Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE).
Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), and Health Education
Wellbeing advisers provide a wide range of support that will assist staff in meeting the demands of the RSHE curriculum in primary, secondary schools and academies. Support to enable schools to ensure they are ready to meet statutory requirements include:
- reviewing current practice and putting new guidance into practice
- policy development
- curriculum design
- parent consultation support
- equalities and inclusion
- assessment and monitoring
- the subject leader role
- preparing for an Ofsted deep dive
- the governor role
- guidance on quality resources to meet your needs
- delivering sex education
- teaching about the body, privacy and puberty/adolescence
- pupil voice
- teaching the law
- teaching safeguarding
Training can additionally be tailored to reflect Church of England education guidance.
A RSHE review followed by a written report confirming observed strengths and areas for development is also available to ensure schools are prepared for Ofsted.
Relationships Education or RSE School Policy Review Service
Schools will be finalising their Relationships Education or RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) policies in 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 email@example.com to notify the team that you wish to book a review. A date and time will be organised. The Wellbeing team will 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.
Once the policy is reviewed you will receive written feedback by email.
The follow-up 30 minute phone call will give you a chance to clarify further, where needed.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and prices.