SARAHPSHE CIC recognised for innovative RSE programme

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SARAHPSHE CIC has been recognised by leading sexual health charities Brook and FPA for delivering innovative sex and relationships education to young people.

Following the announcement that Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is to become mandatory in all schools in England, the charities joined forces to source the best examples of schools-based RSE throughout the UK and present them to policymakers and practitioners to help shape the new curriculum.

The best examples were selected by a panel of young people and will be featured in a report, to showcase high-quality RSE to Government.

FPA Chief Executive Natika Halil said: “This change in law means that the Government will be looking to develop new RSE guidance, and we’re keen to make sure that the decision-makers are aware of the very best examples such as this.

We hope that the programme being delivered by SARAHPSHE will be replicated across the country, so that all young people can benefit from the high quality, age-appropriate relationships and sex education they deserve”

Brook Chief Executive Helen Marshall said: “So often we hear stories about RSE in schools being inconsistent and poor quality. By launching this campaign we are delighted to give teachers and professionals the opportunity to promote and share their positive examples of RSE with policymakers and help shape the future for young people”. 

The full press release is below.   For information on services available from SARAHPSHE visit www.pshesouthwest.com/

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