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PSHE education requirements (primary)
Must we provide personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education? We explain that PSHE education is non-statutory, but that schools are expected to provide it. We also link to programmes of study schools may follow from the PSHE Association and the Department for Education.
- PSHE education is non-statutory
- What should it cover?
- SRE is part of PSHE
- Non-statutory programmes of study
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