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Relationships and sex education: new requirements from 2020 (secondary)
Draft guidance on relationships, sex and health education is out. Find out what your school will be expected to cover from September 2020, and the changes to parents' right to withdraw their children from sex education.
- The new requirements
- Your role from 2020
- Expectations have been formalised
- Relationships and sex education expectations
- Health education expectations
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