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Thomas Middlecott Academy

Thomas Middlecott Academy seeks to broaden the horizons of each and every student, helping them to achieve at the highest level both academically and through their talents outside the classroom.


We are committed to providing every student attending our school with a high quality education and life. We are unashamedly ambitious for our school and our students. As a school, we want to encompass RSE into daily student life ensuring that the curriculum reflects diversity in relation to sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity and culture.  Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development equips them to be thoughtful, caring and active citizens in school and the wider community. The ethos of the school acknowledges the importance of RSE and places great value upon the “whole” individual. We believe in the development of pupil’s confidence, self-discipline and awareness of social acceptable standards.

We want our students, staff, parents and wider community to be involved with RSE/PSHE.  We have a student committee and a staff/parent committee and Policy and Overview are very much live documents and we want your support and ideas.  If you would like to be a part of RSE/PSHE in our school please contact Mrs N Dunbar -  We want to build on our TMA Family and Community.  

Our new RSE Policy is live and we thank those that have contacted us or asked to be part of the working party.  We consider our Policy a very much living document and something that we want to be embraced by our whole school community.  We always welcome parents thoughts and support about how we can continue to evolve our Thomas Middlecott Development Journey.  Please email if you have any suggestions regarding the Policy or the support your child receives and similarly if you would like to be part of the working party.

Our Spring Term RSE Working Party dates are:

20th Jan 3.30pm

18th March 3.30pm

All parents/carers are welcome to join to ensure a collaborative approach to our RSE/PSHE curriculum - please email if you would like an invite or further information. 

RSE Policy

Long Term TMDJ Plan

Autumn Term  

Spring Term


 RSE Curriculum on a Page 

Development Journey RSE/PSHE


RSE Parent Voice 2022

We want to ensure our approach to RSE is inclusive of all relevant parties.  We have previously sent our Policy and overview out to parents for consultation.  As a result we have two parents who are now part of our working party. We would welcome parent views so that we can ensure our work on RSE remains relevant and encompasses all of our student's needs within school and the community.  We welcome your thoughts and invite you to complete the google form below.

RSE Parent Voice 2022 - Google Forms  

If you would prefer to talk to a member of staff please contact Nichola Dunbar.

RSE Documents

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 RSE Policy in additional languages