England & Wales Democracy, devolution and governance , Education and children's services , Health and social care , Welfare and equalities

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) in Schools – Update



There has been much public debate on the role and content of Personal, Social, Health and Economics (PSHE) Education in schools in England in recent years, largely but not entirely centred on sex and relationships education, and the role of the national government setting, or otherwise, a curriculum fand whether it should be compulsory for all children. This CSN Briefing explains the vbackground and looks at the recent public debate.

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