Curriculum for Wales Consultation Documents - June 2021
As part of the process of developing a new Curriculum in Wales the Welsh Government are refining a number of Curriculum for Wales guidance documents and codes. Since our recent survey on our new school curriculum we have had a number of questions around teaching of Religious Education and also Relationships and Sexuality Education.
The links below take you to documents outlining plans for these areas which are due to become statutory as part of Curriculum for Wales. These documents are open for consultation meaning that viewpoints can be shared with Welsh Government about these planned changes.
Curriculum for Wales Religion, Values and Ethics (RVE) guidance
Details of how to respond are here - Guidance on the design and delivery of mandatory Religion, Values and Ethics (RVE) | GOV.WALES
Relationships and Sexuality Education
Details of how to respond are here - Curriculum for Wales guidance and code for Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) | GOV.WALES
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