Students learn to understand human sexuality, learn the reason for delaying sexual activity and learn about obtaining appropriate advice on sexual health. SRE is about understanding the importance of marriage for family life, stable and loving relationships, respect, love and care. It provides knowledge and encourages the acquisition of skills and attitudes that allow learners to manage their lives in a responsible and healthy way.
Sex and Relationships Education is part of the the PSHE framework and is in addition to Science curriculum topics. SRE is inclusive of all students.The school has produced a Sex and Relationships Education Policy, this is drawn up with governors and is accordance with the Department of Education’s Sex and Relationship Education Guidance 2000. New government guidance to be released in September 2019 will then be put into effect from September 2020.