Supporting Relationships and Sex Education in Schools 5-11 years

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Closes 21 Jan 2022

Introduction

1. What is your name?
2. Is your school a primary school or a special school for 5-11 year old's?
3. What is the name of your school?
4. What is your role in the school?
5. Have you consulted with parents and carers on the Relationship and Sexual Education (RSE) Curriculum?
6. If you answered yes to question 6 (if no move to question 8) Did parents and carers raise any specific concerns as part of that consultation?
7. How confident do staff feel discussing the course and content with parents and carers?
8. How confident do staff feel managing requests for children to be withdrawn from lessons?
9. How confident do staff feel teaching the following?
10. How confident do staff feel answering difficult questions on:
11. How confident do staff feel teaching the curricula to disabled pupils and pupils with special educational needs?
12. What types of support would be helpful for developing and teaching the RSE?
13. Since returning to school from the most recent lockdown, have you found an increase in any concerning RSE related behaviours in your pupils?
14. What support would be helpful for managing any change in need? Please be as specific as possible.
15. Have you commissioned any of the following, and if so who is your provider?
16. Has anything you already had in place been helpful and useful in relation to RSE teaching and support? If the answer is yes say what it is that has been helpful.