Principal - Lesley Welsh
Principal - Lesley Welsh


Parent/Carer Consultation – RSHE Policy

Parent/Carer Consultation:
Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education Policy

As a school, we are required by law to teach the RSHE topics given by the DFE. Consultation allows parents/carers to share their views on our RSHE approach. 
Please click the following link for our current Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education Policy
Parent/Carer Consultation

To share your views and find out more about the RSHE Consultation, please click the link below.

Link: Parent/Carer RSHE Consultation

Please note the survey is available to complete at any point with no end date – responses will be
reviewed periodically and taken into account when the policy is reviewed each year.

RSHE Curriculum 
Below, is a link to the school’s Relationships & Sex (RSE) and Health Education information page.
Here, you will find details of our RSHE curriculum as well as useful links and further information.
Parents/carers can make an appointment to come into school to view the specific resources used and/or be emailed a copy of the resources to view at home. Please contact Mrs Prentice for further information
Parents will not be able to withdraw their child from any aspect of Relationships Education or Health Education.
Parents can withdraw their child (following discussion with the school) from any or all aspects of Sex Education, other than those which are part of the science curriculum, up to and until three terms before the age of 16. If you wish to do this, please make an appointment with the Associate Vice Principal: Curriculum in school.
George Pindar School does not support selective withdrawal from RSE. Our school has a duty to supervise pupils withdrawn from RSE, though not to provide additional teaching or to incur extra cost. Where the pupil has been withdrawn, alternative arrangements will be made for RSE of the kind the parents/guardians want the pupil to receive.