The Federation of All Saints and St. Margaret's Catholic Voluntary Academy

The Federation of All Saints and
St Margaret’s Catholic Primary Schools

Relationships & Sex Education Curriculum (RSE)

Relationship and Sex Education – Parental Engagement

All this information has also been sent to you in a SWAY document.

Video from Mrs Beaumont

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Tuesday 2nd March 2021

Dear Parents/Carers,

The Government have recently introduced changes that ensure the teaching of Relationship Education is now a statutory requirement of all primary schools. These changes are not something new to us here at All Saints  and St Margaret’s CVA. As a Catholic school, our curriculum is one that looks to develop the ‘whole child’, offering a rich and nurturing learning journey through our Come and See lessons (Religious Education) and PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Emotional Education).

These changes have, however, given us the opportunity to review our current curriculum, ensure that we are meeting the standard across our wide and enriched curriculum and also review our teaching of Sex Education (which links into the main structure of the teaching of RSE).

Within this folder, you will find a series of documents for you to read and digest. These important documents set out the teaching of our Relationship and Sex Education curriculum . We ask that you take the time to read through them carefully and then complete the short survey that is attached at the end of this letter.

 

1. Relationship and Sex Education Policy- March 2021

2. RSE-primary-leaflet-for-parents from the Nottingham Diocese

3. RSE_primary_schools_guide_for_parents

4. Journey In Love – Progression Map

 

Once you have read through these documents, we kindly ask you to complete the short survey below. There are 5 simple questions that will allow us to gain some feedback from you all about the curriculum design before we finalise our required documentation with the Governors.

I will contact Year 5/6 parents later to ask if their child will be partaking in the lessons next term. You have the right to ask for your child to be withdrawn from the lessons.

I   have  attached  the  link  below   to take you straight to the survey. You can also scan the QR code and use your phone.

Survey

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=OFYclXnjhUaRUhyDCcoxaULdmm6oA8dMsHv3xPkUKGNURFE0M0xMTUNZT1hDSUZRQ1lFVDhWUE41NC4u

 

Thank you for your time.

See you soon

G Beaumont

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