RSHE Curriculum: Age-Appropriate Exploration of the Principles of Healthy Relationships and Consent

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Webinar Duration: 76 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will equip headteachers, RSHE/RHE curriculum and subject leaders, teachers and practitioners with practical advice on teaching about healthy relationships and the concept of consent in an age-appropriate way, aligned with DfE statutory guidance.

Helping children to understand what healthy relationships look like from an early age, with reinforcement of this message as they progress through school, will empower them to consider consent as a part of everyday life, set their own boundaries and respect those of others, and reduce the chance that they will become victims or perpetrators of harmful behaviours.

In this webinar, John Rees, RSHE subject matter expert with over 25 years’ educational leadership experience, explains how schools can broach the subjects of healthy relationships and consent in their specific setting, and use age-appropriate scenarios to teach what consent can mean in different contexts.

Learning Outcomes

  • Being able to empower pupils by instilling an understanding of healthy relationships and consent which is reinforced throughout their school career.

  • Appreciating the legal context and schools’ statutory duties with regard to relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education.

  • Being able to challenge misconceptions and confront the normalisation of harmful behaviour in schools, including sexual bullying and harassment.

  • Understanding how to reinforce an understanding of consent in wide-ranging circumstances, including more complex scenarios where consent might be misinterpreted.

  • Identifying a range of further sources of information and practical guidance to enhance teaching and learning about healthy relationships and consent.

John Rees

About The Expert

John Rees

RSHE subject matter expert with over 25 years educational leadership experience.
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