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As of September 2020, it is the legal requirement of Secondary Schools – both maintained and Academies - to teach Relationships, Sex and Health Education, alongside the Science National Curriculum and within the context of safeguarding and maintaining a child centred approach in accordance with the ‘Keeping children safe in education document’ (DfE, Sept, 2020). We acknowledge and recognise that RSHE education may constitute a child’s first source of learning on this important subject. It is our aim to build on the established foundation of our syllabus (Woodford County High School) and on consultative partnership with parents/carers to educate our young people about these important subjects. The school makes a commitment to reviewing the resources used and will revisit these annually. The Government guidance is for this process to be reviewed every three years. 

  • Woodford 100 Years
  • Investors in Careers
  • Equally Safe
  • 360 degree Safe Award
  • ASGS
  • Healthy School
  • Research Mark
  • TFL Award-Gold
  • The Leaders Council
  • School Leadership Programme
  • The English PTI
  • History PTI
  • The Two Subjects PTI
  • Internatiional Coalition for Girls School' s
  • Top 100 Stem School
  • Sunday Times London State School of the Year 2019
  • London School Music Excellence Award 2018
  • The Parliamentary review