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Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Consultation

This consultation is now closed and the information collected from the consultation has been used to formulate the final policy. The policy can be found under the Policy section of the Parents tab.

From September 2020, it is a statutory requirement that all schools in England and Wales are teaching Relationship and Sex Education as a fundamental part of the curriculum.

As part of implementing the RSE curriculum, schools must consult with the children, parents, staff and governors to ensure there is a general consensus on our approaches to policy and the curriculum content.

St John XXIII will be starting their consultation process on Monday 13th January 2020, the consultation will close on the 2nd February 2020.

As part of this, parents, staff and governors, will be asked to read through the following two documents and make comments on them. The two documents that you are asked to read as part of the consultation will be –

Consultation on Relationships and Sex Education Policy, January 2020 (Draft)

Consultation on Relationships and Sex Education Curriculum Outline, January 2020 (Draft)

These documents will be available to read on the school website, or you can request printed copies from the Main Reception.

If you wish to carry out further reading around RSE, the following documents may be of use to you –

Mrs Finn will be meeting with the school council to hear the pupil voice around the new RSE curriculum.

 

In order to provide your feedback to this consultation, you will be asked to complete an anonymous Survey Monkey questionnaire. For parents, the link to this can be found on the school website (governors and staff will receive a separate link via email). If you would rather have a paper copy of the consultation, please obtain a copy from the Main Reception.

Consultation Questions

  1. Would you like more information about what the school curriculum for Relationships and Sex Education?
  2. Would you like support at home, on how to speak to your child about relationship and sex issues?
  3. Are there any changes or additions that you think should be made to the RSE Policy?
  4. Are there any changes or additions that you think should be made to the RSE Curriculum Outline?
  5. Thinking about relationships and sex education in Catholic primary schools, what do you believe is the most important subject area that should be taught for different age groups/key stages and why?
  6. Thinking about relationships and sex education in Catholic primary schools, is there an area that you think should not be taught for different age groups/key stages and why?
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