RSE Day is on 25 June 2020. It is an annual celebration of excellent Relationships and Sex Education that educates children and young people about healthy relationships and positive sexual health.
RSE Day encourages schools and the wider community to get involved. It asks everyone to consider their role in promoting healthy relationships and positive sexual health - whether as a parent/carer, an educator, a faith leader, a councillor, a health practitioner, a friend or family member.
What is the aim of RSE Day?
The overall aim of RSE Day is to improve the quality and reach of relationships and sex education provided for children and young people by celebrating good practice RSE on an annual national day.
What happens on RSE Day?
This year the theme for RSE Day is ‘Books I love about love’. We will be talking about books about love, friendship or relationships. We will be exploring some of the ideas in the attached document, "Ideas for settings."
Please have a look and see if you can share any of them with your child/children.
It is National Empathy Day, which has never seemed more important as we think about others and their feelings. Please take time with your children to discuss empathy, and how valuable it is to imagine being "in someone else's shoes."
I have attached some activities below to support your conversation.
Below is a link to the Children in Need website which has some fantastic resources which may help you support your child/children's wellbeing during the next phase.
Daily THRIVE tasks
Mental Health booklets to complete for children
Memory books for each Year Group