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Secondary RSE - Being Safe

In June 2019, the government published statutory guidance on Relationship & Sex Education (RSE), Relationships Education (RE) and Health Education (HE). The guidance covers a range of issues to make sure education prepares children/young people for life in the 21st Century. Schools are now being encouraged to begin updating their PSHE provision with RE/RSE & HE to be mandatory in all schools by September 2020.

The Secondary  RSE guidance is split into five key themes:

Families

Respectful relationships, including friendships

Online and media

Being Safe

Intimate and sexual relationships, including sexual health

This page aims to support schools  in exploring potential resources for the delivery of Secondary RSE.

Schools/colleges should explore resources in detail before using with pupils/students and should take into account; validity,age appropriateness and suitability.

Secondary RSE - Being Safe

Consent/Sexting

Healthy relationships and consent: key messages for young people

Disrespect Nobody Resources

Consent: Online Resources

PSHE Association: Guidance for teaching about consent in PSHE education

Give and Get Consent

FPA Consent Leaflet

CSE (Child, Sexual Expoitation)

Sick Party

My Dangerous Loverboy

Domestic abuse

Expect Respect Toolkit

Real Love Rocks – Barnados.  

 Friend or Foe

FGM

FGM Direct work toolkit

KS3 FGM lesson plan, Islington

The FGM Game

Freedom Charity

Please note:  The information and materials that this page contains are provided in good faith. All information and materials are for your general information/use only and do not constitute any advice or recommendation. Leeds City Council does not guarantee the accuracy or validity of the information and materials contained on this page/website, nor does it guarantee the quality or fitness for purposes of any resources/services provided by any third party. To avoid doubt, no liability is accepted in this regard.