The PSHE Association have recently announced the publication of Sex and relationships education (SRE) for the 21st century. This new guidance has been developed by the PSHE Association and partners Brook and the Sex Education Forum. This advice supplements existing statutory Department for Education guidance for schools with information that better recognises the needs of schools when addressing 21st century challenges such as online pornography and staying safe online.
We still currently offer a wide range of training and support opportunities to schools and settings to address CPD needs relating to Sex and Relationship education, please visit the training section on our School Wellbeing website for further information http://www.schoolwellbeing.co.uk/training_courses
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The Expect Respect Educational Toolkit consists of one easy to use ‘Core’ lesson for each year group from reception to year 13 and is based on themes that have been found to be effective in tackling domestic abuse. Although the Expect Respect Education Toolkit is targeted for use by teachers within schools, it can just as easily be used by a range of other professionals working with children and young people in a variety of settings such as youth clubs or play schemes. You do not need to download the whole toolkit. You can just download the introductory section and the year that is appropriate to the age group you are working with.