Is your primary school ready to teach RSE in September?Jon
If the answer is ‘no’, which is the case for many primary schools UK wide, then we have an instant solution to your RSE educational programme requirements from FPA – the Sexual Health Company.
It’s understandable that many primary schools simply haven’t had the resource available to tackle the implementation of the new DfE statutory guidelines for PSHE. The changes the coronavirus has imposed on schools and the pressures they have been under to adapt to a new way of working have been challenging.
However, with impending deadlines less than 2 months away the pressure is on to find a solution to relationships and sex education in your primary school.
DfE guidelines state that from September 2020, relationships education will be statutory in all primary schools in England, something PSHE have campaigned long and hard for.
Growing up with Yasmine and Tom, the PSHE Accredited RSE resource from FPA – the fast track solution to RSE implementation in primary schools.
Growing up with Yasmine and Tom is written by teachers, for teachers and has received continual feedback for its development into a market-leading PSHE resource.
Our RSE educational software includes a series of flexible, age-appropriate lesson plans and fun, interactive whiteboard activities for children aged 5–11. Animation, sound and touch-screen activities bring the characters Yasmine and Tom to life, as they cover topics including the body, relationships, families, friendship, online and offline safety, and puberty.
- Fully up-to-date and ready for you to teach statutory relationships education
- Meets Department for Education guidance on relationships education
- Covers Key Stages 1 and 2
- In line with the National Curriculum
Simple to implement RSE education for primary schools
Completely in line with the PSHE Association principles for education of youngsters aged 5-11.
“Growing up with Yasmine and Tom is fully compliant with the guidance provided by Department for Education and provides a simple and affordable solution for relationships education in primary schools. Perfect for those who want to meet the standards in time for September – but are struggling due to the pandemic.”
Comments Natika H, Executive Director – FPA – The Sexual Health Company.
Whilst the DfE granted some leeway for those struggling to implement fully from September, it is strongly advised that schools should continue to prepare for this date where possible and only a minority of extenuating circumstances will achieve extended deadlines.
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