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Relationships and Sex Education Policy Checklist

As of September 2020, relationships and sex education (RSE) will become a statutory requirement in schools, making it part of the national curriculum.

In order to comply with these legal requirements, safeguard your Ofsted rating and improve your PSHE lessons, you’ll need a well-thought-out, thorough RSE policy.

Our RSE Policy Checklist makes it easier for you to draw up your policy, with sections on:

  • Delivery of RSE
  • Parental engagement
  • Use of materials
  • Confidentiality


Make sure your school is prepared for the 2020 changes with our free RSE policy checklist.

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