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New RSHE guidance: What it means for sex education lessons in schools

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RSHE guidance

Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) is a subject taught at both primary and secondary school.   In 2020, Relationships and Sex Education was made compulsory for all secondary school pupils in England and Health Education compulsory for all pupils …

What do children and young people learn in relationship, sex and health education

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This article was first published on 30 November 2021.  We want to make sure that young people understand what healthy relationships look like and how to navigate their personal lives in a positive, safe and healthy way. That’s why we …

How we plan to improve school attendance following the COVID-19 pandemic

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Face-to-face education is important in helping pupils to fulfil their potential. During school time we believe pupils should be in class with their teachers and peers and enjoying all the benefits that brings. School attendance has obviously been affected by …

Everything you need to know about face coverings in schools and colleges – who must wear them, why they’re important and when will they stop having to wear them

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To maximise the number of children in school and college, the Government is temporarily recommending that face coverings are worn in classrooms and teaching spaces for pupils and students in year 7 or above, in light of the Omicron variant …

What you need to know about daily testing for COVID-19 contacts

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We have said that being in school and early years settings is vital for protecting young people’s education. We have set out the ways we are protecting education and regular testing is a key mitigation to ensure children do not …