The overall aim of RSE Day is to improve the quality and reach of relationships and sex education provided for children and young people by celebrating good practice RSE on an annual national day. Good quality RSE needs to happen all year round, with a planned curriculum, but 25 June 2020 is an opportunity to start new conversations and share what you are doing with others.
• RSE helps keep children safe – this is based on evidence
• RSE lessons should be enjoyable and useful / relevant
• RSE happens in school and at home
• RSE involves communication between people
• RSE involves people of different ages and starts young to support life-long learning
The English and Humanities department have linked up together to run a competition across all years’ group, surrounding this year’s theme of ‘Books I love about love’. Staff at school have also been taking pictures of their favourite books surrounding the theme of love.