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‘The Adoptables’ from Coram Life Education gains PSHE Association Quality Mark

The Adoptables Toolkit is a free resource for KS2 & KS3 that enables students to understand the issues faced by adopted children and young people at school.
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Be Real Campaign - More than half of young people bullied about their looks

More than half (55%) of young people have been bullied about the way they look, with two fifths of those experiencing this bullying at least once a week, new findings from youth charity YMCA revealed today.
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SRE Sessions for Primary & Secondary Schools - Book Now !!!

The Health and Wellbeing Service currently offers a range of direct delivery support to both primary and secondary pupils, on a range of SRE topics.
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Namaste Youth Project 2017-2018

The Namaste Youth Project is offering 3 awards totalling £1000 for the most effective school project encouraging community cohesion, respect of individual difference and celebration of British Values entitled: “A Celebration of Religious and Cultural Diversity” ...
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Prevent Channel data for the period 2015 – 2016

Prevent figures showing how important education is to preventing radicalisation
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ALWAYS & TAMPAX ‘ABOUT YOU’

The Always & Tampax ‘About You’ Puberty Education Programme is back this year and thousands of secondary schools across the UK and Republic of Ireland have already signed up to receive their free sample packs.
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Literature Review Evaluating the Impact of PSHE on Students’ Health, Wellbeing and Academic Attainment: A report for the PSHE Association

Literature Review Evaluating the Impact of PSHE on Students’ Health, Wellbeing and Academic Attainment: A report for the PSHE Association
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SRE update

Education Secretary Justine Greening has recently announced that Ian Bauckham CBE will provide the Department for Education with advice on how relationships education, including relationships and sex education for older children, should be taught in schools.
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Public Health England – Keep Antibiotics working campaign

In October 2017 Public Health England (PHE) will launch a national campaign across England to support the government’s efforts to reduce inappropriate prescriptions for antibiotics by raising awareness of the issue of antibiotic resistance and reducing demand fr...
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Have you seen this fantastic FREE resource - E Bug!

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has endorsed Public Health England’s e-Bug resource and recommends that all schools use e-Bug to teach children about hygiene, infections and antibiotics.
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