Consultation on New Guidance on Relationships, Sex and Health Education

As you are probably aware, right at the end of last term the government announced that relationships (and sex) education and health education are to become compulsory from September 2020. This goes beyond the previously announced compulsory relationships and sex education to include physical health and how to build mental resilience and wellbeing.

Drum roll...the next stage of consultation is open (and will be until 7th November) and can be accessed here.

You can also download the proposed guidance as a pdf here.

Loudmouth can help support your school with relationships, sex and health education with updates and free resources, white papers, ideas and links. We send out regular and free newsletters on compulsory relationships education, relationships and sex education, and health education and you can sign up to this here.

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