RSE and Health Education
Relationships, Sex and Health Education Policy
Leaders in the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP) Secondary Schools understand the importance of educating pupils about sex, relationships and their health, for them to make responsible and well-informed decisions in their lives.
The teaching of RSE and health education can help to prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life. It allows us to promote the spiritual, moral, social, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at school and in the wider society.
The ATLP has an obligation to provide pupils with high-quality, evidence and age-appropriate teaching of these subjects. This policy outlines how the school’s RSE and health education curriculum will be organised and delivered, to ensure it meets the needs of all pupils.
Our programme is taught as part of the PSHCE and science curriculum, which should help develop personal moral values and mutual respect, thereby preparing children for family life in the community.
Click on the link here to access the ATLP Relationship, Sex and Health Education Policy
Click here to access government guidance on Understanding Relationships, Sex and Health Education at your child’s secondary school: a guide for parents