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Publication of written submissions to Education Committee inquiry on PSHE and SRE

Publication of written submissions to Education Committee inquiry on PSHE and SRE

The Education Committee has published written submissions to their inquiry into PSHE and SRE in schools. The inquiry is addressing the following points:

  • Whether PSHE ought to be statutory, either as part of the National Curriculum or through some other means of entitlement.
  • Whether the current accountability system is sufficient to ensure that schools focus on PSHE.
  • The overall provision of Sex and Relationships Education in schools and the quality of its teaching, including in primary schools and academies.
  • Whether recent Government steps to supplement the guidance on teaching about sex and relationships, including consent, abuse between teenagers and cyber-bullying, are adequate.
  • How the effectiveness of SRE should be measured.
     

Submissions come from a range of organisations, including trade union and professional associations; and third sector and private sector organisations. Submissions include those from Ofsted and the Department for Education. (17 July)

Read the written submissions here -


Read the PSHE Association submission here.

 

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