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Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

Relationships Education for primary pupils and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) for secondary pupils from September 2020 has been compulsory. From September 2020 it became compulsory for all schools to teach Health Education.

More information can be found here along with the consultation process that was undertaken.

RSE Resources :

Below you will find a list of  websites and resources that contain useful information to help and support you.

Big Talk – A Parents’ Guide to Relationship & Sex Education

Brook – free and confidential sexual health information for under 25s

Love: The good, the bad and the ugly – Advice and stories about abuse in relationships

Mimi on a Mission – Sex Ed presented by YouTube star, Mimi Missfit, will get us all thinking and chatting about the weird and wonderful, sometimes mysterious and often cringey world of sex, love and relationships.

Mimi takes seven teenagers aged 14 and 15, from across Britain, on an eye-opening, fact-finding, week-long trip of a lifetime to the Netherlands. The team want to find out how the Dutch teach sex and everything related to it, from bodies to falling in love and keeping safe online. watch the series here  follow @MiMiMissfit on twitter

Rise Above – Talking about things that matter to -11-16 year olds, lots of videos, games and advice,

RSE Hub – For Parents and Carers

Female Genital Mutilation Female Genital Mutilation
Sex, alcohol and drugs Sex, alcohol and drugs

Need to speak to someone?

If you need further advice, or if this page hasn’t answered your questions then get in contact with your local bSHaW Sexual Health Clinic for a friendly chat.

Call 0300 303 2880 to book an appointment or use our service finder to locate your nearest clinic.

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