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Sex and relationship education policies (secondary)

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Last updated on 19 February 2016
School types: All · School phases: Secondary
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Are there examples of SRE policies from secondary schools? In this article, we look at sex and relationship education (SRE) policies from a variety of secondary schools. We also look at what must be included in an SRE policy.

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  1. 1 Policy from a foundation school in Leeds
  2. 2 Policy from a secondary academy in Hounslow
  3. 3 Policy from a community school in Suffolk
  4. 4 Policy from an academy in Kent
  5. 5 Policy from an academy in Surrey

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