St John's

Catholic Primary School

At St John's we grow and learn in the footsteps of Jesus.


RSHE: Parents


What is Relationship, Sex and Health Education in Catholic schools? A guide for parents

Date: Thursday 3 February 2022
Time: 7pm
Length: 60 minutes
Who?: Parents of children in Catholic schools
Cost: £10/person


In 2021, Relationships and Health Education became statutory in all      primary schools in England, and Relationships, Sex and Health Education became statutory in all secondary schools. A new curriculum will become statutory in all schools in Wales in 2022.

What does this mean for Catholic schools and parents of children in these schools? Will sex education be forced upon children from a young age? Will schools have to teach values which go against the core values of  families who have chosen to send their children to Catholic schools? What rights do parents have to withdraw their children from this curriculum?

Ten Ten is the leading provider of RSHE resources to Catholic schools in England and Wales. In this 60-minute webinar, we will provide facts about the new curriculum and share our experience of providing a Catholic curriculum which puts the dignity of the human person at the heart of the teaching.