From September 2020, relationships education, relationships and sex education, and health education will be mandatory for schools, and we’re delighted to launch our new RSHE By iAchieve package to support you to deliver the new curriculum. Click on the pages below to find out more.
From September 2020, relationships, sex and health education will be mandatory for schools. Most secondary schools are already covering some elements of the new guidance in their existing PSHE programmes because it’s been mandatory to cover RSE since 1999. However, until now, there hasn’t be a standardised framework, and the Health Education part has not … Continue reading RSHE – what do you need to know?
We are delighted to launch our brand new RSHE by iAchieve package, which will help you to meet the new mandatory RSHE requirements that will take effect from September 2020 for Years 7 to 11. The online learning resources we have developed are directly matched to the statutory guidance, and the RSHE By iAchieve package … Continue reading About RSHE By iAchieve
We truly believe that our RSHE By iAchieve solution will be highly beneficial for schools, teachers and learners, but we understand that budgets can be tight. That’s why we’ve worked hard to create a package of high-quality resources that comes at an affordable cost, helping you to meet the statutory requirements of RSHE without having … Continue reading How much does it cost?
Our school is not planning to run a full RSHE qualification – can we still benefit from iAchieve’s package? Absolutely. We have designed RSHE by iAchieve as a whole-school solution, so you will be able to meet the mandatory requirements even if you choose not to run a full qualification. By covering all the content … Continue reading RSHE FAQs