Relationships, Sex and Health Education
You will find a variety of classroom resources about RSHE which can be used in schools below:
- Better Health - Helping you teach PSHE, RHE and RSHE to Upper KS2, KS3 and KS4 students, with flexible, ready-to-use content co-created with teachers, and young people.
- Every Mind Matters – Building Connections Lesson KS3/4
- 'Something's not right' KS3 Lesson Plan
- 'Something's not right' KS3 Lesson Resources
- NSPCC KS3 Lesson 1 Healthy Relationships
- NSPCC KS3 Lesson 2 Gender Stereotypes
- NSPCC KS3 Lesson 3 Safer Online Relationships
- NSPCC KS3 Lesson 4 Sexualised Behaviour
- NSPCC KS3 Lesson 5 Sharing Sexual Images
- NSPCC KS3 Lesson 6 Consent
- 'Something's not right' KS4 Lesson Plan
- 'Something's not right' KS4 Lesson Resources
- NSPCC KS4 Lesson 1 My Values
- NSPCC KS4 Lesson 2 Unhealthy Relationships
- NSPCC KS4 Lesson 3 Pornography
- PHSE Lessons and Resources Preventing Relationship Abuse KS3 KS4
- NSPCC Relationships for Students With Learning Disabilities 11+
You will find a variety of useful website about RSHE which can be used in schools below:
- GOV UK - Plan your relationships, sex and health curriculum - Information to help school leaders plan, develop and implement the new statutory curriculum.
- Ofsted review of sexual abuse in schools and colleges - This report summarises Ofsted's findings and recommendations.
- Train teachers on RSHE - there are modules for subject leads or other staff members to train groups of teachers in a variety of ways.
- Pupils with SEND - in special schools and for some pupils with special educational needs or disability (SEND) in mainstream schools, you may need to tailor content and teaching to meet the specific needs of pupils at different developmental stages.
- Sexual Health Service (provided by Midlands Partnership NHS foundation trust) offer a range of services including contraception and reproductive health services, sexually transmitted infection testing and emergency contraception as well as many more helpful services. The service offer face to face (across a range of locations), telephone, video, and online services to arrange an appointment please call on 0300 124 0102 or or online using this link.
- Bearearth Facts and tips around periods and more information available around menstruation for schools.
- Statutory guidance on relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education. Click here to view the guidance.
- Writing your RSE policy: guidance from the PSHE Association
- Disrespect NoBody teaching resources on preventing teenage relationship abuse - This guide provides practical advice – including a template letter and parent workshop plan – on how to positively communicate with parents about statutory Relationships and Sex Education (RSE).
- Roadmap to statutory RSE - These 10 steps below provide a guide to support school leaders to provide high quality RSE as an identifiable part of PSHE education. These steps are based on established good practice and evidence.
- Statutory guidance: on medical needs and how schools can support learners within education and a template that can be used to create a school medical needs policy.
- Trauma Informed Relationships and Behaviour Policy template from the Violence Reduction Network (VRN). Find it below.
Trauma Informed Relationships and Behaviour Policy (Document, 294 Kb)
RSE Training Resources
- The Department for Education (DfE) twilight webinars March 2022 can be accessed below to help tackle sexual abuse and harassment in schools and explain the role of statutory Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE).
- Domestic Abuse Webinar presentation slides and Download useful links doc.
- Pornography and the impact of viewing harmful content presentation slides and Download useful links doc.
- Sexual exploitation of children young people presentation and Download useful links doc.