PSHE Association and Sex Education Forum: Letter to Justine Greening
It is essential that the expertise of all stakeholders is reflected in the new guidance and regulations in order to ensure that they are fit for purpose and will support schools to deliver good quality Relationships and Sex Education. We are also keen to ensure that the government uses the opportunity recent legislation provides to introduce statutory personal social, health and economic education (PSHE) as the framework within which RSE will be taught.
In the meantime, both organisations will be working closely with all our members and stakeholders to ensure that your voices are heard. Your experience as practitioners should play a vital part in informing the regulations and guidance which will help to determine the quality of education on matters of personal health and wellbeing for years to come.