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There is Still Time to Have Your Say About the New SRE Guidance

Other News > February 5th, 2018


So the countdown continues....in September next year SRE finally becomes compulsory in secondary schools and healthy relationships education compulsory in primaries.

The guidance for SRE will be updated and the consultation for this is coming to an end shortly. The deadline is 12th February 2018 so there is still time to have your say about what you think should be covered. Below is some more info and a link to the consultation survey.

Pupils in England’s schools are currently taught about relationships, health and the wider world through Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) and/or Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) lessons. 

The Department for Education is looking into how we can improve these subjects and make sure pupils are being taught the knowledge they need to thrive in the modern world. This survey asks for your views on a number of topics related to these subjects. It should take around 30 minutes to complete. Your comments will be used to help the Department further refine our thinking and proposals.

Have Your Say about SRE 

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