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  • Governors' role in monitoring physical education How should governors monitor PE? We look at advice on how governors should monitor physical education in their schools. We link to examples of questions they could ask, and evidence of effective provision. We also consider how schools could use pupil premium funding on PE and sports provision.
  • Poll: parents and the RSE curriculum How is your school engaging with parents over the new RSE curriculum?
  • Promoting British values in the curriculum How can we promote British values through our curriculum? We look at guidance from the Department for Education on what teaching British values involves. We also relay advice from two of our associate education experts and look how schools are including British values in their curriculums.
  • Relationships and health education: new requirements from 2020 (primary) Your school will have to teach health and relationships education under new guidance. Find out what you’ll be expected to cover and what the guidance says about sex education.
  • Relationships and sex education: handling complaints from parents You may continue to receive complaints from some parents about changes to your school's RSE curriculum after you've consulted on it. Learn when it's your job to step in and how to handle the most common complaints confidently.
  • Relationships and sex education is changing: governors’ role What you need to know, do, and discuss to make sure your school is ready for the new RSE requirements.
  • Relationships and sex education: new requirements from 2020 (secondary) Your school will have to teach RSE and health education under new guidance. Find out what your school will be expected to cover, and the changes to parents' right to withdraw their children from sex education.
  • School trips and educational visits What is governors' role in educational visits? One of our experts outlines the governing board's responsibilities regarding school trips and advises on policies and codes of conduct for off-site visits. We also relay guidance on approving school trips and on who is liable if something goes wrong.
  • Sex and relationship education (SRE) Is sex and relationship education statutory? SRE is only compulsory from the age of 11 in maintained secondary and special schools, but other schools can provide it if they wish. All pupils in maintained schools must be taught the aspects of SRE that form part of the science National Curriculum.