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As part of our ongoing policy review cycle, we have reviewed our Sex and Relationships Education policy [Autumn 2020] to create our new RELATIONSHIPS AND HEALTH EDUCATION POLICY [Autumn 2023].

Our policy changes reflect our updated Personal Development Curriculum which incorporates statutory Relationships and Health Education expectations. School have consulted staff, governors and PTFA members and would like to extend this consultation to our whole school community.

To see our draft policy, please click here.

If you have any feedback regarding our policy, please send your comments F.A.O. Mrs Armstrong via marked subject: consultation response. The consultation will close 3pm Thursday 19th October.

We would also like to give parents/carers the opportunity to come in person to see and discuss our Personal Development Curriculum [available also here] and policy. If you would like to do this, please join us in the Learning Centre on Monday 16th October between 8:45am and 9:45am [accessed through the main office foyer].

Previous consultations:


Benedict Biscop CE Academy are currently extending their main school building to accommodate an increase in PAN from September 2021. Prior to starting works, the Academy consulted the local community and other interested parties.

Please click here for the response on our recent consultation regarding proposed extension to the school.


Benedict Biscop Academy reviewed its Sex and Relationships Education policy in line with new guidance from the Department for Education which will come into effect September 2020.

Relationships education is compulsory in all primary schools in England.

Please click here to view our Sex and Relationships Education policy.

Our full Personal Development Curriculum incorporating statutory Relationships Education guidance is also available to view on our Personal Development Curriculum page.

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