Support for Statutory RSE

What is it?

Statutory Relationships / RSE and Health education will soon become compulsory in all schools. This page will help you to understand the basics on what is changing as well as all the great extra (and FREE) support, blogs, videos and resources Loudmouth can give to help you get ready.

When does it start?

The countdown has started! This will become compulsory in September 2020 although schools can start from now as ‘early adopters’.

Are you ready?

Whilst we are sure that many of you are already getting ready for this, we also know that many others are worried and need support. A poll of more than 2,000 teachers by the NSPCC children's charity and National Education Union found that 28% of teachers believe their school is not ready to teach new relationships and sex education lessons and 47% lack confidence in their own ability to deliver the new curriculum.

How we can help

To start with we can help you understand what the guidance is all about with our series of bite size blogs to help you build your understanding. You can read these here.

We celebrated our 25th birthday this year and as a birthday present to all schools we are offering free support to any teachers that are concerned about being ready for September 2020.

We provide free updates and advice, signposting, free lesson ideas and training videos for staff and parents to help schools to get ahead and on the road to compulsory relationships, RSE and health education.

Loudmouth are members of the Sex Education Form and the PSHE Association and will also keep you informed about their planning tools and advice alongside our own updates and resources.

What is the cost of the support?

Diddly-squat! We will support you with free advice, updates, videos and resources to help get ready. You can get your free support by signing up here.

In fact, if you have already booked a Loudmouth session then you'll automatically get all of this great support plus loads of extras including over 100 lesson plans on topics covered in the new guidance.

What people say

Take a look at how we’ve helped others

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