The RSE Hub has developed ‘The Quality Review Framework for RSE’ which enables schools to review and develop their relationships and sex education (RSE) provision and to ensure that they are effectively meeting young people’s entitlement in this essential area of learning.
The quality review framework is available in three versions. A primary review or secondary review for primary or secondary schools respectively. These two reviews cover the core and quality standards for RSE, the core being the minimum standards all schools should achieve and the quality builds on from the core, to outline the aspects of RSE provision that add worth and value. There is also a third option of a more in-depth review for secondary schools that are new to delivering relationships and sex education. All the reviews can be completed as a self review process or a peer review process in partnership with another school. Already highly praised by schools that have undertaken the process, the peer review option enables schools them to mutually learn and benefit from each other.
You can view purchase each of the Quality Review Framework documents in our resources section where you can also download a free sample of each of the resources. If you are interested in finding out more about quality assurance and bulk purchasing or training options please contact us email@example.com.
9.30am–4.30pm Friday 30 June 2017
University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW
Tickets: £65 full price; £35 students
It’s time to celebrate!In case you haven't seen, Justine Greening, Secretary of State for Education, has just announced proposed legislation fo
The RSE Hub is pleased to announce we have been busy collaborating on a new SRE project called DO… which is working alongside us to improve sex
A new report by the Chief Medical Officer makes a series of recommendations to improve women’s health in the UK. In her latest report, Professo
The RSE Hub brings a round-up of recent reports which it thought its readers may find useful...
The Department of Health has produced a range
The Association for Young People’s Health has published Key Data on Adolescence 2015, with support from Public Health England.
This tenth anni
The Government recently published their response to the Education Select Committee recommendations on PSHE which includes RSE (16th July 2015).