Police officers can support teachers in delivering a range of topics in personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education lessons, such as drug education, road safety and raising awareness of online safety. The National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) and the PSHE Association are delighted to be working together to explore current practice and ensure that police contributions to PSHE education are of maximum benefit to teachers and pupils.
Jonathan Baggaley, PSHE Association CEO
“We are proud to partner with the NPCC to ensure police contributions to PSHE education meet their full potential, with long term benefits to young people and society. Getting it right helps young people to stay safe, recognise the consequences of their decisions and seek help when necessary.”
Caroline Adams, Staff Officer for National Children and Young Person’s Portfolio
“We understand the crucial role PSHE education has in relation to young people’s safety. We look forward to building on current good practice and making sure officers and schools see the benefits of effective police contributions. We’re delighted to be working with PSHE Association on this national project.”