Relationship And Sex Education Statement
In line with statutory guidance, Rooks Heath has embedded mandatory Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) into the curriculum. The programme has been designed from guidance provided by the Department for Education and the PSHE Association and builds on the existing PSHE programme in place at Rooks Heath.
Following Parent/Carer and student consultations, the RSE Policy has now been ratified and can be found on the Policies page.
Rooks Heath aims to ensure that the right provision is in place so that students have the background knowledge they need, to make informed decisions and responsible choices as they grow up.
DfE guidance for parents/carers: The Department for Education has published a useful list of FAQs and new guides with translations for parents/carers on RSE and Health Education.