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Health Education and Relationships Education Featured

From September 2020, the Health Education and Relationships Education (primary) and the secondary Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) (secondary) aspects of PSHE education will be compulsory in all schools. We support colleagues around the country with the knowledge, skills and resources they need to be confident in meeting these new requirements head-on. This is an exciting time for PSHE education and we’re committed to highlighting and championing the best practice of teachers who are using the new guidance to raise the profile of the subject in their schools.