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Statutory PSHE: meaningful change supported by busy teachers & school leaders

Other News > June 7th, 2018


An interesting new report from a group of organisations including NSPCC, Sex Education Forum and the PSHE Association is launched this week calling for PSHE education to be made statutory along with RSE.

Loudmouth compeltely support this vision and the importance of quality PSHE for all children and young people.

The report explains how this more joined-up approach to legislation would minimise impact on teacher workload and school funding, while reaping greater benefits for standards in schools.Click here for more information.

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