RSE Curriculum at Woodland 

Information about what RSE looks like at Woodland

From September 2020, relationships education will become statutory in all primary schools in England. In line with government guidance, it is recommend that age-appropriate relationship and puberty education is also taught in all primary schools.
Health Education will also become statutory in all state-funded schools.
At Woodland this means we will continue to support our children to learn about keeping healthy in all aspects of their lives. In Year 5 and Year 6, our children will continue to learn about changes in their bodies that occur during puberty and in Year 6 only, we will continue to discuss how relationships change and develop as you get older in an age-appropriate way. The curriculum in Year 5 and Year 6 will remain the same as it is at present and parents/carers will continue to be able to view any materials prior to teaching.

We have a statutory responsibility to consult with parents/carers prior to September 2020, even if there are no changes to how the children in Years 5 and 6 are being taught.
Please find the draft progression document for the proposed curriculum of PSHE and RSE for years 1-6 at Woodland
Survey for parents regarding the RSE Curriculum - Closing date Monday 8th June 2020 at 4pm