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* 1. I have read the PSHE and Relationships Education policies

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* 2. I have looked at curriculum overview for PSHE (which includes Relationships Education)

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* 3. I understand what the new Relationships Education curriculum will cover in primary schools

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* 4. After looking at the documentation provided, I would like to know more about what the school will be teaching under the subject Relationships Education at each key stage

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* 5. I am pleased that my child will be learning about different aspects of relationships – including family structures, friendship, bullying, teamwork, growing up, feelings, stereotypes and consent

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* 6. I appreciate the benefit of children being taught about relationships and acknowledge how this helps to safeguard (protect) my child/ren

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* 7. I feel confident about answering my child/ren’s questions linked to relationships and growing up

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* 8. I would like to know when my child is going to be participating in Relationships Education lessons, particularly those linked to non-statutory coverage (see Relationships Education policy)

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* 9. Information regarding my right to withdraw my child from non-statutory sessions on Sex Education is clear

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* 10. I would be interested in further reading, websites and books that I can read or share with my child/ren at home, linked to Relationships Education

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* 11. I agree that Relationships Education should be inclusive and represent the diverse society in which we live

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* 12. Currently, children in KS1 and Year 3 will learn about basic hygiene, names for main body parts and external genitalia and how to recognise and talk about their emotions, using appropriate vocabulary.

Children in Year 4, continue to build on their knowledge and understanding by beginning to learn about puberty (including changes to height, build, complexion, hair growth, body odour etc.)

In Year 5, children continue to learn about puberty, including key facts about the menstrual cycle, menstrual wellbeing and management, erections and wet dreams.

As children progress into Year 6, children continue to learn about puberty and how the body develops, allowing for conception between two consenting adults.

I am happy with the order and age my children will learn more about their bodies.

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* 13. Any further comments or questions
(Over the coming months, a response to questions and/or comments will be shared with parents and carers)

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