Relationship, Sex & Health Education
In September 2020 the teaching of Relationship and Health Education became compulsory in primary schools. In addition to this all primary schools need to have a Sex Education policy. At New Moston Primary School we have a Relationship and Sex Education policy (RSE) with a detailed long term plan outlining all intended learning throughout school. Human reproduction is covered by the Science Curriculum which is compulsory.
Further information can be found via these links and documents:
Parent/Carer NMPS SRE Letter 4th May 2021
Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education
Information from the Department for Education about the introduction of compulsory relationships education and RSE from September 2020
Understanding Relationships and Health Education in your child’s primary school: a guide for parents
The New Moston Primary School SRE Policy can be found here:
Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education is taught within our PSHE programme. The New Moston Primary School intended Personal Social and Health Education programme for Years 1-6 can be found here:
The New Moston Primary School Foundation Stage RSE programme can be found here:
The New Moston Primary School child friendly SRE policy can be found here:
Our parents and carers consultation took place in early May 2021 I am proud to say that we have had nothing but support from our parents and carers; thank you. At New Moston Primary School we feel that it is vital that home and school work in partnership to ensure that our children are getting the same message and that they feel secure in asking for help when they need it.
If at any time you would like more information or if you have any question please email email@example.com for the attention of Ms Rashid.