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Sex & Relationships Education

Under the Children and Social Work Act 2017 the government committed to making relationships education (primary) and relationships and sex education (secondary) statutory in all schools, including LA maintained schools, academies, free schools and independent schools. All schools will soon be required to have a sex education policy and curriculum in place.  Schools that are ready to implement the updated guidance from September 2019 are encouraged to do so. September 2020 is proposed as the start date for mandatory provision.

Big Talk Education

On Friday 3rd May, Big Talk Education will be coming into school to deliver age-appropriate Sex-education lessons to the children.  We would like to invite you to a meeting at 6 p.m. on the 1st May, where the trainers will go through the content they will be covering and give you the opportunity to ask questions. 

Parents have a right to withdraw their children from the lessons - if once you've attended the meeting you would rather your child does not participate, please sign and return the attached form.  Thank you 

Questionnaire

As you will have seen in the news, there will be a new curriculum which comes into force next year.  Our school have possibly been selected to be early adopters of the curriculum, which means we'll be trying it out a bit earlier than other schools.  

We would like you as parents to be fully involved and consulted as the changes come into place.  Please take the time to fill in this survey on DB primary to let us know your thoughts and if you would like to be part of a working party.  Thank you 

http://luddington-school.org.uk/northlincs/primary/luddington/arenas/parentspage/surveys/sresurvey

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