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Princess Road, Regent’s Park, London NW1 8JL

Tel: 020 7722 8500

admin@primrosehill.camden.sch.uk

www.primrosehill.camden.sch.uk


10th September 2015

Dear Holly Charles,
This letter responds to your email request of 1st September under the Freedom of Information Act.
1.    The total number of pupils on the school roll and this number broken down by

488 children on roll

 

a. religious affiliation Not often disclosed by parents / carers

b. ethnicity




Description

Number of Pupils




Bangladeshi

36




Indian

4




Any Other Asian Background

12




Pakistani

3




Other Black African

21




Black Caribbean

10




Black - Somali

37




Chinese

3




Any Other Mixed Background

20




White and Asian

17




White and Black African

11




White and Black Caribbean

24




Information Not Yet Obtained

1




Kurdish

4




Latin/ South/ Central American

2




Refused

3




Albanian

4




White - British

62




White European

38




Traveller of Irish Heritage

1




Kosovan

68




White Other

6




Turkish

2


c. first language/mother tongue




Description

Number of Pupils




Albanian/Shqip

72




Amharic

1




Arabic

24




Bengali

37




Chinese (Cantonese)

3




Czech

1




English

141




French

7




German

2




Greek

1




Hungarian

1




Hindi

1




Italian

8




Korean

1




Kurdish

4




Lithuanian

2




Information not obtained

1




Pashto/Pakhto

2




Polish

3




Portuguese

8




Persian/Farsi

3




Farsi/Persian (Any Other)

4




Romanian

2




Russian

7




Serbian

1




Slovak

1




Somali

37




Spanish

6




Tigrinya

2




Turkish

3




Urdu

3

d. gender 267 male 221 female

 

Where numbers are small I draw your attention to Information Commissioner guidance as to where data can be presented anonymously or in a way that does not identify individuals

 

Information about your SRE policy

 

2. Please highlight when it was last reviewed indicating what that review process consisted of? 14.10.14 (3 year review policy)

 

3. What is taught in SRE in your school?  Children are taught about:

•             the importance of stable and loving relationships

•             the importance of respect  for one another, regardless or religion, culture or sexual

orientation

•             sexuality and sexual health.

•             how they are growing and changing, physically and emotionally

•             a variety of teaching and learning styles are used including DVDs, information sheets,

pamphlets, textbooks, games, role-play

 

 4. At what age do you start teaching SRE? Y1

 

5. Please provide a list of what resources/materials are used.

 

Name of resource

Author

Publisher and date

Code used

ISBN

Teaching SRE with confidence (CD ROM)

Free copy with scheme

The Christopher Winter Project

The Christopher Winter Project (2008)

Email: sales@tcwp.co.uk

www.tcwp.co.uk

CW

978-0-9558216-0-8

Living and Growing

Sex and Relationship Education for 5-11 year olds (DVD)

Free copy with scheme

Channel 4

Channel 4 (2005)

Emaill:4learning.sales@channe;4.co.uk

www.channel4.com/learning

 

LG

185144668-0

All About Life

Sex and Relationship education in primary school

Lesley de Meza

Stephen De Silva

Rapport Learning (2004)

020 7836 5888

AAL

1-899527-22-2

Learning for Life

Book 2

Mary Gurney

Learning for Life

 

LfL

0-9544470-1-8

SRE scheme of work

Croydon LA

Croydon LA (2009)

Cr

Not applicable

SRE in primary

 

Cambridge Education @Islington

Cambridge Education @Islington (2005)

IS

Not applicable

Suggested lessons plans for Sex and Relationship Education

Key Stage 2

Camden LA

Camden LA (2003) re-drafted (2008)

C03

C08

Not applicable

Birth, Care and Growth

Noreen Wetton and Margaret Collins

BBC (1999)

BCG

0 563 46498 4

 

My Amazing Journey: A first look at where babies come from by P.Thomas, published by Macdonald Young Books. A picture book exploring conception and birth of a child

The World is Full of Babies by M.Manning and B.Granstorm, published by Franklin Watts. Storybook about animal development (including humans)

My body Your Body by M.Manning and B.Granstorm, published by Franklin Watts. Facts about the body with links to the animal world.

How did I begin? by M.Manning and B.Granstorm, published by Franklin Watts. Introduction to the facts of life for young children.

Where Babies Come From by Rosemary Stones, published by Puffin. Includes correct names for parts of the body.

The Family Book by Todd Parr published by Little Brown Books for Younger Readers

It’s Ok to be different by Todd Parr published by Little Brown Books for Younger Readers

We belong together-a book about adoption and families by Todd Parr published by Little Brown and Company

Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman and Caroline Binch published by Frances Lincoln Children’s Books

Once There Were Giants by Martin Waddell and Penny Dale published by Walker Books Ltd (used in Year 2 lesson 5)

Tell Me About The Day I Was Born by Jamie Lee Curtis published by Scholastic Press (used in Year 2 lesson 7)

 

Key Stage 2

 

Mummy Laid an Egg by Babette Cole, published by Red Fox. Storybook where children dispel some of the myths about where babies come from and explain how babies are made at a simple level and in a humorous way

Hair in Funny Places by Babette Cole, published by Jonathan Cape. Explains puberty in a humorous way

Let’s Talk about Where Babies Come From by Robie H Harris and Michael Emberley, published by Walker Books. Information about sexual health and reproduction where the reader is led by the “bird” and the “bee”.

The Puberty Book by Wendy Darvill and Kelsey Powell, published by New Leaf. Humorous and informative description of puberty.

Billy and the Baby by T Bradman and L Breeze, published by Harper Collins. Storybook about the arrival of a new sibling.

 

6. Please supply a list of external individuals and/or organisations involved in SRE delivery of any kind?

 

Gill Morris

Strategy Manager Children and Young People’s

Personal Development and Well Being London Borough of Camden

 

SRE Consultation

 

7. Who did you consult when writing your SRE policy and deciding on which resources to use? Please indicate:  Parents (other than parent governors), governorsstaff

 

8. Please list the names of any other organisations involved in providing advice on your SRE policy and/or resources.

 

9. If you consulted parents other than parent governors, please outline how you conducted the consultation process.  Information about policy discussed in newsletters and letters to parents.

 

10. If you have held a consultation event for parents, how many parents attended? Please supply a copy of the invitation letter and any notes/documents given to parents at the event. N/A

 

11. Please supply any notes or other documents resulting from your consultation with parents.

No response – this would include confidential information. (There is an implicit expectation from the parents / carers that information supplied will not end up in the public domain. Additionally the disclosure of any data could identify the parents. This data is therefore exempt under Section 40(2) of the Act.)

 

12. Do you inform parents before an SRE programme starts? Please supply, letter, email or school newsletter containing this information.  Sample letter included which are the same for each year group.

 

13. How much notice do you give to parents? Usually the information goes out the week before, giving parents time to contact school for more information if required.

 

14. Do you inform parents of the dates and approximate times (i.e. morning or afternoon) when SRE lessons will be delivered?  Yes.

 

15. Do you hold an information meeting for parents prior to delivering the programme? Please supply the latest letter inviting parents to an SRE information meeting. No, but see Q13

 

16. Do you show parents any DVDs or worksheets of the sexual information to be delivered during the lessons?  Yes, if they request it or if we feel certain parents would benefit from seeing this prior to the meeting. For example, this was a case during last year’s Y4 session.

 

17. Approximately how much time do you spend during the meeting on this aspect of the programme? Two-Three weeks.

 

18. Do you inform parents that they are legally entitled to withdraw their children from SRE lessons? If so, how do you communicate this?  Yes, in annual curriculum info at start of year.

 

19. Do you tell parents that SRE is a non-statutory part of the curriculum? If so, how do you communicate this?  As above

 

20. What provision do you make for children who are withdrawn while the SRE lessons are being delivered?  They take learning to a peer classroom.

 

21. Do you have an SRE withdrawal policy for parents? If you do, please supply a copy.  No

 

22. How do you notify parents before the start of SRE delivery?  See above.

 

23. How do you send letters to the parents notifying them about SRE?

 

24. How many children were withdrawn from SRE classes during the last two academic years?

(a) September 2013 – July 2014  3

(b) September 2014 – July 2015  6

 

If you are unhappy with the way your request has been processed then you have the right to request a review of our response. If you wish to request a review, please set out in writing your grounds of appeal (within 2 months of this correspondence) and send it to the Headteacher, Primrose Hill Primary School, Princess Road, London NW1 8JL and your complaint will be administered through our internal review procedure. You can also email your appeal to admin@primrosehill.camden.sch.uk.

If you are still not satisfied following the internal review, you have a right to appeal to the Information Commissioner’s Office. They can be contacted at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF (tel. 01625 545 700 www.ico.gov.uk)


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