It is the view of the Governing Body that sex education should form part of the secular curriculum of the school, appropriate aspects of human sexuality being dealt with in an appropriate context in the course of science or biology lessons.
Sex education is also delivered at various stages in the course of Religious Education.
Parents have the right to withdraw their children from some or all aspects of sex education. A parent who wishes to exercise this right or to have more detailed information is asked to contact the appropriate Head of Year. A copy of the Governors’ Sex Education Policy is available on request.