PSHE and RSE At Wainscott Primary and Nursery School
Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education /Relationships, Sex and Health Education
Parent Consultation on Relationships, Sex and Health Education
The Department for Education has announced changes to relationships and sex education (RSE).
These changes will come into effect from September 2021 and all schools will be required to comply with the updated requirements.
This means that we're reviewing our RSE Curriculum and Policy, so we can be sure our RSE provision is appropriate for our pupils.
Below you will find a power point which explains the content of the RSE curriculum in more detail.
Watch the video below and explore the resources on this page to help you understand the curriculum requirements.
Once you have done this, please complete the parent survey as we are keen to work in partnership with you and hear your views as parents and carers.
PSHE and RSE at Wainscott Primary and Nursery School
What does RSE/PSHE look like at Wainscott Primary and Nursery School?
Jigsaw Puzzle Piece Launch Assemblies
Whole School PSHE/RSE Display
Top Tips for Parents/Carers- Discussing Puberty and Growing Up
Jigsaw RSE Parent and Carer Information Leaflet
Relationships and Sex Education Policy
Parents do not have the right to withdraw their children from relationships education.
Parents have the right to withdraw their children from the non-statutory/non-science components of sex education within RSE.
Requests for withdrawal should be put in writing using the form found below and also in Appendix 3 of the RSE policy and addressed to the Head Teacher.
Alternative work will be given to pupils who are withdrawn from sex education.
Parent Form- Withdrawal from sex education within RSE
RSE Parent Feedback Form
Please fill out this contact form if you have any questions regarding RSE at Wainscott Primary School. Which Year is your child/children in? Do you have any worries regarding Relationship and Sexual Education? Do you have any other suggestions for our school in regards to supporting the implementation of the Relationships and Sexual Education curriculum?