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Dealing Confidently with Sex and Relationships in PSHE

How to tackle the challenging issues sensitively and confidently


Sorry, this course has been superseded by another course

This course no longer runs as an open course, instead you may be interested in Developing the Role of the PSHE Co-ordinator.

However, if there is content on this course that doesn’t feature in Developing the Role of the PSHE Co-ordinator then contact us and we can organise tailored in-house training to cover exactly what you are looking for.

Call the in-house team on 020 8253 8241 for more information.

Suitable for: Any member of school staff looking to increase their confidence in delivering SRE including teachers, pastoral staff, form tutors and year leaders.

Phases suitable for:

  • Secondary

Course Reference: 4840WW

Many teachers struggle with the delivery of sex and relationship education. This course will offer clear guidance on delivery, improve teacher confidence, offer help in selecting materials and provide clarity around national guidelines. This course is suitable for PSHE co-ordinators, teachers, support staff and school nurses delivering sex and relationship education.

  • Strategies to help all teachers focus on the ‘relationships’ aspect of SRE
  • Developing teaching methods to focus on skills and values as well as knowledge
  • Understanding of national guidance surrounding sex and relationship education
  • Creating links with other areas of PSHE such as ‘risk’
  • Effective ways of removing ‘barriers’ and dealing with sensitive and controversial issues
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