Alice Ruggles Trust Relationship Safety Resource for key stage 4

Alice Ruggles Trust Relationship Safety Resource for key stage 4

The PSHE Association has collaborated with Alice Ruggles Trust to create two lesson plans and accompanying materials which promote awareness of unhealthy relationship behaviours and stalking — in order to help protect young people from the potential risks in these situations. The lessons are offered free to schools to ensure young people learn essential safeguarding information and skills in an interactive yet safe and age-appropriate way.

The focus throughout the lessons is on raising awareness of steps young people can take to support their own and others’ safety and emotional wellbeing, whilst reinforcing that stalking and harassment are socially unacceptable, illegal behaviours.

Primarily aimed at key stage 4 students, but also suitable for key stage 5, this resource supports schools to build student confidence in managing situations where people are exhibiting or experiencing unhealthy relationship behaviours.

The resources include detailed lesson plans with activities, teacher guidance and accompanying PowerPoint presentations.

The lessons support delivery of elements of the relationships aspect of the new statutory RSE strand of PSHE education.

Subject Specialist Anne Bell comments that:

“We know that the new statutory changes mean teachers need good quality resources that help them deliver potentially difficult topics. These lesson plans provide a safe and relevant way to talk about unhealthy relationships and managing unwanted attention.”

Sue Hills and Clive Ruggles, Alice Ruggles' parents, add:

"It is really important that young people realise about the dangers of coercive control and stalking and don't hesitate to take the necessary steps to keep themselves safe."

Date uploaded: 18 Apr 2019

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