Done but I had to click "don't know" because my real answer is "it depends"
Before recent events detailed on other threads I would have ticked yes without hesitation.
Now, I pause for thought because I would need to know whether the legislation that made it statutory would make it more likely that my child would be taught as, if this was true and factual: "there are pink brains and blue brains and if you like this set of activities and things you are a girl and if you like this set you are a boy and if your body shape doesn't match this you are trans". And if it was statutory would I lose the right to withdraw a child from a lesson like that?
Interesting. PSE is compulsory here in Scotland- I thought it was UK wide.
It's a great subject, taken right up to age 18 at school, covers peer pressure, social media, texting,drugs, race, gender,alcohol, sexuality, inclusion, bullying, finance,mental health, personal health, motivation. Makes for a great school environment.