PSHE education: a review of evidence and effective practice

PSHE education: a review of evidence and effective practice

A review of some of the evidence on PSHE education published by the Department for Education

This document outlines the range of evidence on aspects of PSHE education, including how school-based programmes can reduce alcohol, drug and tobacco use, encourage healthy sexual behaviour; build resilience; and improve wellbeing and academic attainment.

The document also outlines best practice in PSHE education, advice which mirrors our 10 principles of effective PSHE education.

We currently make summaries of the latest evidence available on our website.

Date uploaded: 14 Dec 2017


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