In this issue
New from Surrey County Council to Support the Recovery Process: Mental Health & Wellbeing Guidance
Heatwave Plan for England - a reminder
Sign up for the latest education data analysis service – PKM SLA
Surrey County Council approach - Surrey Healthy Schools; Supporting a Culture of Recovery
Statutory Health and Relationships Education Audit Tool for Primary Schools
Primary RE Newsletter – Summer term 2020
MSI (Multi Sensory Impairment) Intervenor training course
Paediatric First Aid training course; 15-16 October 2020
DfE and national updates for schools
Important water safety message to schools from the RNLI
Foreword from Liz Mills
Latest newsletters

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Education Safeguarding Team Update - June
National guidance on health protection in schools
Inside Active Schools - Home edition - Issue 6
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Statutory Health and Relationships Education Audit Tool for Primary Schools


Surrey Healthy Schools has worked with schools, the Race Equality and Minority Achievement (REMA) Service and representatives from the Diocese of Guildford in order to develop an audit tool which will assist schools in monitoring their curriculum coverage of statutory Health and Relationships Education. The tool also includes key learning contained within the Science National Curriculum to assist schools in achieving an effective and joined up overview of provision and the inclusion of Sex Education.

The Statutory Health and Relationships & Sex Education Audit Tool for Primary Schools also assists PSHE Leaders to monitor resources used to support teaching and learning, as well as highlighting CPD requirements and teacher confidence.

The audit can be accessed at: Healthy Surrey - PSHE in the Surrey County Council Guidance and Support section. A secondary audit tool is currently being developed.

Please also see the PPT resource ‘Engaging Parents and carers in Effective RSE’ in the same section.

For information about Surrey Healthy Schools visit: Healthy Surrey - Healthy Schools