1) Audit the resources you already have within the department. Aim to keep an up to date list of resources.
2) Scope out other linked departments such as Science, RE, Child Development to see what resources they have that you might be able to share or borrow. (And consider putting in joint bids to the leadership team for shared resources).
3) Scope out with your PSHE leads/school nursing teams or other local authority groups whether they have resources you might be able to share or borrow.
4) Lobby for an annual improvement budget for your department. When you have a budget think carefully about the cost/benfit analysis a resource can bring. An expensive resource used for one lesson in one year group is less value than an expensive resource that can be used lots of times in lots of different ways.
6) Look for resources that have been quality assured by the PSHE Association
7) Use the Sex Education Forum's guidance on choosing resources and check out their lists of possible resources.
8) Be creative - for example the internal ring of a femidom can double up as a sample Nuvaring for contraception demonstrations, or handsoap is UV sensitive and can act as a much cheaper alternative to UV sensitive artificial semen. The only limits to a resource is your imagination!
9) If you get stuck trying to find resources- contact us for help! firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce a that the RSE Hub Briefing for councilors published in 2013 but has been refreshed to reflect the most recent data,
FPA’s Sexual Health Week is running from 11 to 18 September 2017 and this year’s theme is Talking About Pornography.
They ran a survey earlier
TrueTube’s film Screwball! launched earlier this week and it’s got everyone very excited! It's a comedy drama for RSE lessons about Ryan and Na
9.30am–4.30pm Friday 30 June 2017
University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW
Tickets: £65 full price; £35 students
It’s time to celebrate!In case you haven't seen, Justine Greening, Secretary of State for Education, has just announced proposed legislation fo