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SRE policy: model and guidance

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Last updated on 28 February 2017
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Policy article
We provide a model sex and relationship education (SRE) policy, as well as a checklist to help you develop and review your own policy. We also outline the requirements around SRE policies, including what they must cover, and refer to guidance on writing and consulting on the policy.

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  1. 1 Model policy from The Key 
  2. 2 Requirement to have an SRE policy
  3. 3 SRE policies: what must they include?
  4. 4 Guidance on developing an SRE policy
  5. 5 Must schools consult on an SRE policy?

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