All primary schools are required to teach Relationships and Health Education (RHE). Schools are required to have a policy, published on their website setting out how they intend to approach this subject. We have been asked to consult with parents on our policy.
At Long Marston School we have combined our RHE policy with PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) and incorporated our teaching on puberty and human reproduction. We have chosen to teach these areas through a scheme of work called 'Jigsaw'. The content that we are teaching, especially with regard to puberty and human reproduction, has not changed but the PSHE curriculum is now more detailed.
We would welcome your feedback or questions on our policy and to support your understanding we have uploaded our scheme of work for each class.
Please use the following link, 'Policy Consultation', to pass on any comments or ask questions. This link will be available until Friday 21st May.