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Parent Consultation on Relationships & Sex Education element of RSHE Guidelines
Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel
Parent Consultation on Relationships & Sex Ed element of RSHE Guidelines
Parents are invited to attend a one-hour talk hosted by Ms. Rebecca Atack, Head of PSHCE and itHappens, specialists in RSHE, offering to be frank, straight-talking, open and honest; a safe pair of hands in this complex & sensitive space.
The aim of this talk is to focus on the new statutory guidance for teaching about relationships and sex education (RSE). The session will look at potential protective factors and where to get reliable, evidence-based information and help if needed.
Contextualising RSHE and your school
Looking at current UK data on sex and relationships
Introduction to Statutory RSHE
Positive and protective RSHE
Q&A and signposting
“The role of parents in the development of their children’s understanding about relationships is vital. Parents are the first teachers of their children. They have the most significant influence in enabling their children to grow and mature and to form healthy relationships”