PSHE (Sex & Relationship)
The National Curriculum requires that a school should promote children’s personal, social, health, spiritual, moral and cultural development and prepare children for the experiences and responsibilities of life. Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) enables children to become healthy, happy, independent and responsible members of society and provides opportunities for them to learn and achieve. PSHE is concerned with qualities, attitudes, knowledge and understanding, competencies and skills in relation to oneself and others and includes everything schools do to promote pupils' good health and well-being and to foster self-esteem.
The full policy may be downloaded here.