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Resourcing RSE Curriculum

The Herts for Learning Roadmap to September 2020 mandatory Relationships and Sex Education

Support for schools for responding to mandatory requirements in delivering:

  • Primary – Relationships Education
  • Secondary – Relationships and Sex Education
  • and Cross-phase – Health Education

In response to the new mandatory changes in delivering Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) coming into force from 2020, the Herts for Learning Wellbeing team are offering schools, academies and MATs a series of training opportunities and consultancy services aimed to equip their staff with the knowledge and teaching strategies to start delivering the new curriculum from September 2019.

 

FSRH-RCOG abortion care factsheet to support RSE lessons

The abortion care factsheet is a free resource for professionals in secondary schools to use in relationships and sex education (RSE) lessons. It aims to ensure that professionals involved in educating young people have a factually accurate, unbiased and evidence-based source of information about abortion in the UK.

 

Home Office Disrespect Nobody Campaign

The aim of the campaign is to prevent young people, both boys and girls aged 12 to 18 years old, from becoming perpetrators and victims of abusive relationships.

For 2018, the focus of the campaign will be consent, sexting and personal boundaries, which are the issues many young people need more education and information on. All campaign advertising including radio, video-on-demand and social media, directs young people to the website www.disrespectnobody.co.uk  where they can get further information and the details of organisations which can provide help and support.

The Home Office have produced a range of partner support materials to help you use the resources with the young people that you work with and promote it within your local area. These include posters, social media assets and materials developed specifically for LGBT young people.

Campaign assets are available to download from:

 

PSHE Programme - Jigsaw PSHE

Jigsaw PSHE is a comprehensive PSHE Programme from Foundation 1 and 2 up to year 6. The scheme of work provides a structured and developmental PSHE programme focused on building emotional literacy and social skills within a whole-school approach. It places mindfulness at the heart of its lessons using calm me sections of its lessons. Over 60 schools in Hertfordshire are currently using this resource. For further information please see:

Teaching SRE with Confidence in Secondary Schools’ from CWP Resources achieves PSHE Association Quality Mark

These resources coupled with their primary resources offer schools a robust set of lesson plans and resources to support teachers delivering Sex and Relationship Education Lessons.

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Sex Education Forum

The Sex Education Forum also has additional guidance on resources: for primary and secondary school teachers, parents and those working in special schools:

DO SRE KS4 resource

“The DO… resources can help you build a solid framework for a quality RSE programme. They have been created to help you work with your colleagues to make a real difference in your school.”

HfL run training for tutor teams or year groups PSHE Teams on using high quality SRE and the DO SRE lesson plans and activities. Get in touch with Shelagh.Jennings@hertsforlearning.co.uk

RSE Resources

This website aims to provide all professionals involved in RSE with the information they need to ensure high quality RSE delivery.

Hertfordshire County Council would welcome your feedback on these updated RSE pages which were commissioned especially for Hertfordshire schools.