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General Lesson Resources

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Sexuality & Sex

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Massage in School Association

Sex Positive Families

Sex Positive Families provides the education and resources that help families raise sexually healthy children.

Teaching Resources

The list below is for illustrative purposes and is not exhaustive.

For Safeguarding, the NSPCC ‘PANTS’ resources for schools and teachers may be found here:

An example model primary school curricula from the Catholic Education Service may be found here:

For current information on all aspects of sexual and reproductive health, the following website is useful:

The following website from the PSHE Association provides useful resources for ‘Disrespect NoBody’ teaching:

The PSHE Association also provide guidance for teaching about consent:

For LGBT inclusivity, the resources from Stonewall for both primary and secondary are extremely useful:

The Public Health England website, ‘Rise Above for Schools’ provides a range of resources covering relationships and bullying, alcohol, smoking, stress, body image, with videos made by young people and resources tested with teachers:

In relation to mental wellbeing, a free education resource is available from MindEd:

Further mental wellbeing resources are available from the PSHE Association:

For online safety, the following Government publication provides useful information:

For safe internet use, resources to education about sexting, and so forth, the UK Council for Internet Safety is located at:

The education programme from National Crime Agency (NCA)-Child Exploitation Online Programme (CEOP), provides guidance to protect children both online and offline. The site offers materials for parents, teachers and pupils on a wide range of online safety issues and facts about areas such as digital footprints, recognising fake websites and checking URLs. It is available here:

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Although beyond the scope of this book, information for planning effective drugs and alcohol education may be found at:

For information relating to extremism and radicalisation, ‘Educate Against Hate’ provides practical advice and information for teachers:

Guidance on Citizenship education may be found at:

Data is available from Public Health England to help understand the health and wellbeing needs of the local school-age population, including health profiles for school-age children and young people. The indicators allow areas to see how they perform against the national average and against other local areas. This may be found at:

Early years profiles from Public Health England can be found at: