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Relationships Education, Relationships & Sex Education and Health Education (RHSE) Schools

Since September 2020, all primary age children learn relationships education and health education, and all secondary age children will learn relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education.

The Council, in partnership with Achieving for Children, Directors of Public Health and local Councillors across Richmond and Kingston launched a  statement of support for schools in their delivery of the new national Relationships Education, Relationships & Sex Education, and Health Education statutory guidance and curriculum content (opens a new window) 

These guides are to help parents know more about these subjects.

Guides for Parents (opens a new window)

They are related to the guidance Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education (opens a new window).