The Department has today launched its review of personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education, as outlined in the Schools White Paper. The internal review, which will report to the Secretary of State, will look at the quality of teaching of PSHE in schools, along with its content.
Heads, teachers, parents, pupils and other interested parties are invited to submit their views and evidence to the Department. After the review of PSHE education, the Secretary of State will publish proposals for public consultation.
You can download Schools Minister Nick Gibb’s letter to the Education Select Committee, which includes the remit, from this page.
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