The Government is consulting the public on the proposed guidance for Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) until Wednesday 7th November 2018. This will require that all secondary schools teach Relationships and Sex Education, and all primary schools teach Relationships Education. The guidance recommends that all primary schools also have a programme of sex education.

Follow this link to view all of the legal guidance (draft regulations, statutory guidance and regulatory impact accessment) AND give your view
//consult.education.gov.uk/pshe/relationships-education-rse-health-education/?mc_cid=4117809a36&mc_eid=f3047592ff

Follow this link to see the RSE curriculum design tool showing a set of questions for ages 3-19: //www.sexeducationforum.org.uk/sites/default/files/field/attachment/SEF_Curriculum%20Design%202018.pdf

Upcoming Statutory RSE Conference (Sex Education Forum)
This conference will help prepare for the start of mandatory Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) by guiding teachers through the new legislation, advising on curriculum design and helping schools choose the best resources and teaching approaches to build an inclusive and up-to-date programme that is relevant to pupils’ real lives and supported by parents.

Further information about the conference inc details about booking tickets can be found on: //www.sexeducationforum.org.uk/news/news/30-november-2018-conference-agenda-released?mc_cid=4117809a36&mc_eid=f3047592ff

Statutory RSE: what can we be certain about?

Lucy Emmerson is the director of the Sex Education Forum, and her latest blog about the forthcoming statutory RSE is available here: //www.sexeducationforum.org.uk/news/news/statutory-rse-what-can-we-be-certain-about

RSE- Teacher Survey 2018
The Sex Education Forum would like to hear views from teachers and other RSE providers by WEDNESDAY 31st OCTOBER 2018: //safeguardinginschools.us12.list-manage.com/track/click?u=efe032677d94ceba51dd39a7f&id=0ee8f4965c&e=f3047592ff