Relationship and Sex Education (RSE)
At Springcroft we teach the Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) curriculum through the Jigsaw scheme of work. Our policy and scheme of work are reviewed annually by our governors and staff.
RSE is lifelong learning about relationships, emotions, different families, sex, sexuality, sexual health and looking after ourselves. RSE has a key part to play in the personal, social, moral and spiritual development of children. We want our children to have the appropriate knowledge in these areas and to be become confident individuals who have a positive body awareness and understand how to keep themselves safe and healthy. Through RSE our children will have a better understanding of a diverse range of people and families and through this understanding will form positive and respectful relationships and friendships with others.
Specific RSE content for each age group
If you require further information about the content of RSE including a copy of the RSE policy and scheme of work please contact our school office. You are also welcome to view the materials used should you wish to.
Whilst we believe that our programme is very sensitive, parents do have the right to withdraw their child from aspects of the RSE curriculum. See the letter below.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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