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Introduction to the course

Children and young people have a statutory right to have access to effective teaching and learning of relationships, sex and health education.

Educators have a responsibility to provide this, so that children and young people are equipped with the skills and knowledge to support them in being safe and healthy individuals.

Welcome to this course - we are thrilled you have decided to learn with us - and get ready for the statutory requirements coming into UK schools in September 2020 for Reproductive and Sexual Health Education/Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education.

Due to COVID-19, the Department for Education have allowed a delayed start time for these requirements up to the Summer term 2021 - see below download document for more information on this.

Meet Julie - a Primary Phase Adviser from Babcock LDP. She is the Lead Educator on this course and will be joining in your conversations and guiding you through this initial taster of PSHE guidance.

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We recommend that you ‘Follow’ Julie’s profile on this course so that you can easily view her comments. To do this, click on her name which is a link to her profile, and then click the pink ‘Follow’ button.

This course will provide participants with key information to support the quality of provision being offered to pupils within the primary or secondary phase of learning.

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