RSE Initial Parent Consultation
From September, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is becoming a statutory part of the PSHE curriculum in the UK.
To help us to make sure we are giving our children the best curriculum, we will be asking parents to share their views between now and the end of the Autumn Term. This will including helping us to develop our policy, curriculum content and resources to support at home.
If you would like to help us and have your say, please complete this form, sharing your views.
Your responses will remain confidential, and your email address is only to check that all responses are from our families. You will have the option to share your name and be added to our consultation list for further views and information.
Question 1 of 6: How informed do you feel about the current teaching of Relationship Education in school?
fully informed - I know what they learn and when
well informed - I know some things they learn, and where to find out more
somewhat informed - I know they study this, but I am not sure how or when
I do not know what my child learns about in terms of relationships
Question 2 of 6: Would you like more information? Please add suggestions about what this might look like, if you have ideas.
Question 3 of 6: Has your child ever talked to you about something they learnt at school to do with growing up, relationships and sex? How did this make you feel as a parent/carer?
Question 4 of 6: What things do you hope school will cover in RSE?
Question 5 of 6: Are there any things that you would not want to see in the RSE curriculum?
Question 6 of 6: How confident do you feel in talking to your child about sex and relationship themes at home?
Fairly confident - I know where I can find more information
Somewhat confident, but I would like more support
I would feel concerned/ embarrassed/ worried
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. If you would like to take part in our more detailed parent consultation around RSE development, please leave your name, child(ren)'s name(s), and you will be added to the contact list.
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