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Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education


Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education

Today’s children and young people are growing up in an increasingly complex world and living their lives seamlessly on and offline. This presents many positive and exciting opportunities, but also challenges and risks. In this environment, children and young people need to know how to be safe and healthy, and how to manage their academic, personal and social lives in a positive way. 


Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education is a supportive means to help understand and in doing so overcome any challenges and barriers our youth may face. Qur'an and Prophetic traditions have placed a special emphasis of living a modest and pure life and a solution to these challenges.  Our Madani schools’ curriculum, is built on the foundations of a heart and mind model reflecting the ambition for both educational excellence and the personal holistic development of young people. We believe that to educate the mind we must educate the heart and our correlative heart values derive from our faith designation.


Madani school’s take a whole school approach to RSE and the variety of themes are taught throughout subject areas across the school. This broad and balanced approach to RSE has been established within the Madani curriculum for some time and it is reflected in our curriculum design, content, sequence and coverage to provide students with the essential knowledge, understanding and skills they require and to equip them both for future learning and life. Students are encouraged to ask perceptive questions to form knowledge-led opinions and equip them with the tools to deal with any challenges they may face in the wider world. Alhamdulillah we are blessed to have a dedicated team of scholars who currently support our students and who are supporting the delivery of RSE through the provision of training and development.


RSE enables us to cover with confidence, a wide range of contemporary and emerging issues in order to prepare students for every aspect of their lives and life in modern Britain as confident young Muslims. We will continue to develop and mould as the needs of our students change; meeting the new challenges as they arise in our ever-developing world.


We would very much like to invite you, our respected parents/carers and indeed all stakeholders - be they beloved students; fellow colleagues; staff and governors to support us in our planning and delivery of RSE through our Consultation. 

We really value all of your views as this provides us with a wonderful opportunity to guide and educate future generations through an enriched RSE curriculum.

This online consultation runs from Thursday 18th March 2021 - Thursday 1st April 2021


RSE Development Team:

Parent Governor: Ms Sabreena Short (Governor RSE Working Party)

Parent Governor: Mr Mohummud Yaaseen Kaasim (Governor RSE Working Party)

Ethos; Mufti Mohammed Gaibee (Director of Ethos)

Curriculum: Ms Maryam Chopdat (Assistant Head Teacher)



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Governor: 4th March 2021 / Term 5 (Date tbc)

Parent: Wednesday 24th March 2021

Ratification: Term 5


Invite Letter

pdf RSE Consulation Letter - Invite (click to view)


Please ensure you register your place to attend the RSE Consultation Presentation




Click link below to register

Weds. 24th March 2021

17:00 – 18:00


Consultation Opens Consultation Ends Click link below to provide feedback
Thurs. 18th March 2021 Thurs. 1st April 2021


Draft RSE Policy

pdf Draft RSE Policy


Curriculum Documents

pdf Curriculum Planning (Draft) - Overview - RSE 2020-21

pdf Curriculum Planning (Draft) - Objectives - RSE 2020-21

pdf Curriculum Planning (Draft) - Objectives - RSE 2020-21

pdf Sample Lesson KS3 - RSE (Life Skills) - Physical & Emotional changes

pdf Sample Lesson KS3 - RSE (Life Skills) - Y7 Relationships



Consultation Process




Action  Points/ Deadline


Week 19 -22   

18th Jan   

Drafting a policy (Draft)  


Week 19  

18th Jan    

Initial email to CoG highlighting RSE start (Working Group) 


Week 20  

25th Jan  

Working Group for RSE identified 


Week 21  

01st Feb  

Introduction/overview to AHTs  


Week 21  

01st Feb  

DfE Guidance / Law /AMS  Documents/General timeframe / Draft policy (for Governors)   


Week 22  

08th Feb  

AHTs to complete mapping exercise to identify overlapping within their areas  


Week 21-24  

08th Feb  

RSE curriculum planning  


Week 24   

01st Mar  

MMG/MC/RM Present to Governors  


Week 25  

08th Mar 

Refine the policy  


Week 26  

17th Mar  

Notification Letter and invite to online Parent/ Carer consultation   


Week 27

24th Mar  

Parent consultation - Policy/Laws/ curriculum map / specific Curriculum Examples/ FAQ  

RM/RL/MMG/MC/CoG present  

Week 27 - 28  

24th Mar  

Targeted Parent/ Carer engagement including 121 meetings with concerned/ SEND P/C 


Week 28   

12th Apr  

Working Group Consultation - Working Group for RSE  


Week 28  

12th Apr  

 Full Governors sign off / Ratification of Policy  


Week 28  

12th Apr  

INSET TBC possibly Monday 12th April – Staff Presentation ALL  








































Information Leaflets

pdf RSE Parental Guidance - Secondary Schools – ENGLISH

pdf RSE Parental Guidance - Secondary Schools – ARABIC

pdf RSE Parental Guidance - Secondary Schools – SOMALI

pdf RSE Parental Guidance - Secondary Schools – URDU


Information Videos

Parent Consultation on ‘Relationships & Sex Education’ (Association of Muslims Schools)

This webinar for parents will provide you with important information about the statutory requirements of RSE. You will learn about how your Muslim school will be delivering the curriculum, alongside resources written by the Association of Muslim Schools to meet the statutory guidance.


How Are Muslim Schools Delivering ‘Relationships & Sex Education’ (Association of Muslims Schools)

Join a panel of senior educationalists as we explore how Muslim schools will be delivering the statutory RSE guidance. The webinar will provide the community with insights as to how the delivery of this topic will be approached by Muslim schools, ensuring it is taught according to Islamic teachings, whilst also satisfying the statutory guidance.


Challenging ‘Relationships & Sex Education’ Lessons(Association of Muslims Schools)

Join us for this special webinar where you will learn about some of the more sensitive topics that must be taught under the new statutory guidance. You will learn how the resources written by the Association of Muslim Schools will satisfy the RSE guidance, whilst maintaining our Islamic values. 

Association of Muslims Schools (AMS) information on RSE


Frequently Asked Questions:


Government Guidance

Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) (Secondary)

Statutory guidance for governing bodies, proprietors, head teachers, principals, senior leadership teams, teachers

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