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A spokesperson for the DFE said: The Children and Social Work Act 2017 placed a duty on the Secretary of State for Education to make the new subjects of Relationships Education at primary and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) at secondary mandatory.” Relationships and Sex Education will replace SRE: The Act also provides a power for the Secretary of State to make PSHE, or elements of the subject, mandatory in all schools – subject to careful consideration.
As is already the case where sex education is currently mandatory, schools will also have flexibility over how they teach these subjects so that they can ensure their approach is sensitive to the needs of their pupils and, in the case of faith schools, in accordance with the tenets of their faith.
All schools are encouraged to teach PSHE and this expectation is outlined in the introduction to the national curriculum.
Academies are encouraged to teach PSHE as part of a broad and balanced curriculum.
Any decision to also make PSHE compulsory will apply to all schools – maintained schools and academies, both primary and secondary.
Devastated, Jen initially gorged even more junk food as she struggled to get over the end of the relationship.
But she quickly realised she needed drastic action to turn her life around and swapped takeaways for healthy eating along with regular visits to the the gym and the weight dropped off.
The subjects must be age-appropriate and schools will engage with parents on their approach.
Parents will have a right to withdraw their child from sex education in RSE in secondary school.
In the week, I ate huge portions of pasta or pizza then a family-size chocolate bar and other treats.'At weekends, we'd turn into virtual recluses, sitting on the sofa in our pyjamas eating takeaways, spending £20 each time.'Jen's weight ballooned to more than 17st and in 2015 with the pair planning to wed, her fiance suddenly ended the relationship.