Comprehensive sex and relationships education, taught as part of the overall framework for Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE), in a safe environment, fosters self-esteem, self-awareness, a sense of moral responsibility and the confidence and ability to resist abuse and unwanted sexual experience.
The school recognises that sex and relationships education is for all pupils in the school, taking into account all of their needs e.g. gender, religion, sexual orientation, special educational needs, maturity, ability etc. This policy was written in consultation with representatives of the whole school community and different drafts were considered before this final version.
For full policy please click on the following link. Sex Education & Relationships Policy Feb 2014