NSPCC ‘Making sense of relationships’ lesson plans and guidance

NSPCC ‘Making sense of relationships’ lesson plans and guidance

The PSHE Association worked in partnership with the NSPCC to develop this new teaching resource, which will support pupils aged 9 through to 16 to navigate safe and healthy relationships in an online world.

The free pack includes three lessons to support transition and changing friendships at key stage 2 and six lessons exploring healthy and unhealthy relationships at key stage 3. The three lessons at key stage 4 address issues such abusive behaviour in relationships and pornography. Other topics covered include:

  • negotiating changing relationships during transition from primary to secondary school
  • online relationships
  • consent
  • challenging gender stereotypes
  • relationship values
  • the risks of sharing sexual images

An accompanying Teacher Guide outlines how to plan the lessons into your PSHE curriculum and provides advice on safeguarding your pupils, signposting to additional support and communicating with parents about lesson aims and content.

 

Jenny Barksfield, PSHE Association Deputy CEO, said:
“We were delighted to work in partnership with the NSPCC on the ‘Making sense of relationships’ resources. Relationships and sex education is a core strand of PSHE, so our national member network will greatly value using these quality assured resources to cover some of the most pressing issues facing children and young people today”

Craig Thorley, NSPCC’s policy manager, said:
“Relationships and sex education is a vital tool to support children as they navigate the everyday challenges that come with growing up, and that needs to start at primary school by learning about online friendships and staying safe. We need it to help today’s children make sense of healthy relationships in an online world, as part of a wider PSHE curriculum.”

Date uploaded: 15 Jun 2018


Attachments
This resource has no files attached

Share this:
Twitter icon
Facebook icon
Google icon
StumbleUpon icon
Del.icio.us icon
Digg icon
LinkedIn icon
MySpace icon
Newsvine icon
Pinterest icon
Reddit icon
Technorati icon
Yahoo! icon
e-mail icon

BECOME A PSHE ASSOCIATION MEMBER

QUALITY RESOURCES, EXPERT ADVICE,
A COMMUNITY OF PSHE PROFESSIONALS,
TRAINING YOU CAN TRUST.

JOIN US >



Most recent resources for this subject:


Can't find something you need?

If you are looking for something in particular and can't find it, please get in touch and we may be able to help