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* 1. I confirm that I have read the RSE policy on our website?

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* 2. I think PSHE and RSE are important aspects of the school curriculum?

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* 3. I have read the new RSE curriculum and what it will cover in primary school.

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* 4. I am pleased that my child will be learning about different aspects of relationships-including family structures, friendships, teamwork, respect, growing up, feelings and emotions, stereotypes and consent. 

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* 5. How can we support you to talk to your child about PSHE and RSE issues at home? (e.g online safety, staying healthy and safe, mental wellbeing and stranger danger etc)

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* 6. Did you know that all primary schools are now required by law to teach puberty as part of health education to ensure that all young people have access to information about growing and changing to reduce confusion and misinformation? 

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* 7. The school's curriculum will help my child to feel safe both online and in the real world.

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* 8. I am aware that I have the right to withdraw my child in Year 5 and 6 in sexual reproduction by a written request to the Head Teacher. 

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* 9. I understand that all primary schools are required by law to be inclusive of all people when teaching about relationships. This includes people whose characteristics are protected under the Equality Act 2010.

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* 10. I would be happy to attend future parent meetings in school regarding the new changes to the PSHE and RSE curriculum?

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