Become an ‘early adopter’ of compulsory PSHE requirements

Thought we would pass this on from the PSHE Association on becoming an early adopter of the new requirements.

The Department for Education is seeking schools to register as ‘early adopters’ of new PSHE education requirements relating to Health Education, Relationships Education and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and we encourage you to get involved. It’s a good opportunity to inform the kind of training and resources you will need and should give you early access to support. Firstly, we wanted to recap on recent developments and quickly outline what they mean for you.

Read more on how here.

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