Statutory guidance for Relationships education, Relationships and Sex education (RSE) and Health education

23rd July, 2019

Education Secretary, Damian Hinds said:

“At the heart of preparing children for life in modern Britain is making sure that they understand the world they are growing up in. It is a world that is different from 20 years ago, when this guidance was last updated, and this is a significant step that will help young people to look after themselves and each other.”

4 weeks' ago, the Department for Education (DfE) released the new statutory guidance for Relationships education, Relationships and Sex education (RSE) and Health education - you can read the new guidance and supporting documentation here.

How do I get ready?

At Educator Solutions we understand the concerns and challenges you may be facing in getting ready to start your school's statutory Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education (RSHE) journey. Educator Solutions and Josie Rayner Wells, National RSE/PSHE Adviser have developed a step-by-step guide and a series of products and services to provide you and your colleagues with the knowledge to teach RSHE effectively.

  1. Understand what you need to do with our FREE online compliance calculator
  2. Contact us to arrange your FREE telephone consultation with Josie Rayner-Wells to understand what you need to do to become ready!
  3. Add preparing for RSHE to your SIDP
  4. Identify a link governor - they have six key areas of responsibility in the new guidance. Educator Solutions Governor Services are providing free training to schools that subscribe to their services. Schools that do not subscribe can book places here.
  5. Identify a high-quality teaching resource and training that is up-to-date with the new guidance. Take a look at our gold standard RSE Solution Resources.

Want to find out more? Contact us for an informal discussion or call 01603 307710


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