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Teaching resources available to schools re: Sex and Relationships

 

 

Tameside Resources

 

The Expect Respect Educational Toolkit
The toolkit is put together by the Women’s Aid Federation of England to help schools tackle abusive behaviour and sexist attitudes to promote safe, violence-free family relationships.
(Please note these files are password protected and available for Tameside Schools. For access please contact
heloise.taylor-hutch@tameside.gov.uk)


Primary Tameside SRE Curriculum

 

National Resources

PSHE Addressing FGM in schools

Coppafeel! – school lesson plans and activities regarding breast cancer

Primary Love Rocks


NSPCC teaching resources and lesson plans to help keep children safe
 
Public Health England ‘Rise Above’ provides flexible lesson plans and video content on a range of subjects including puberty, body image in a digital world and forming positive relationships
 

Do provides support and resources for inclusive RSE in secondary schools
 

Stonewall - Training and resources to empower schools to tackle homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in schools and colleges
 

Public Health England - Puberty lesson pack
 
Public Health England – Body image lesson pack
 
Public Health England - Positive relationship lesson pack
 
Sex education forum provide resources for schools, hosted by the national children's bureau (some resources require paid membership)
 

PSHE association - curriculum information and resources
 

Think You Know - A free resource to support 8 – 10 year olds learn how to stay safe from sexual abuse, exploitation and other risks on line
 

Parent Zone offers services and resources to schools to educate their pupils on how to stay safe online, what to do if they find themselves in an uncomfortable situation and how to build their digital resilience.
 

Childnet sessions cover the benefits of being on line and practical advice covering issues such as personal information, social networking, downloading, online grooming, sexting, cyberbullying, gaming, digital footprints, online reputation, and more.


If you would like to recommend a resource to share on this webpage email:
Heloise.taylor-hutch@tameside.gov.uk