School Governors play a key part in Relationship & Sex Education

School Governors play a key part in Relationship & Sex Education

Consultant: Steve BarkerDate posted: June 2020

Thursday 25th June is Relationship, Sex and Health Education (RSE) Day. To mark the event we have partnered with the Family Stability Network (FASTN) who are currently working with school governors, to develop a better understanding of the role those in governance play in ensuring effective delivery of the new RSE curriculum, which comes into effect on September 1st this year.


This second article features an interview with Jon Hairsine, an experienced governor in five West Yorkshire Schools.


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Reception Baseline Assessment delayed until 2021.

Following its 2017 consultation, the Department for Education (DfE) announced plans to introduce statutory Reception Baseline Assessment (RBA) in the Autumn of 2020. The Standards and Testing Agency, part of the DfE, wrote to headteachers on June 25th and at the same time published a notice on its area of the DfE website announcing the postponement of the requirement until the autumn of 2021.