The Department of Education has released guides for parents and carers of primary and secondary age pupils to inform you of the changes in the teaching of relationships and health education. From September 2020, all primary age children will learn relationships education and health education, and all secondary age children will learn relationships & sex … Continue reading Relationships, sex and health education: A Parents Guide
For #RSEDay Tough Cookies Education are bringing you some 'food for thought’ comprising of a collection of statements and comments from young people about what they want and how they feel about sex, relationships and health education. Yesterday the Government released the complete and final version of their new guidance for Relationships Education, Relationships and … Continue reading What’s The Perfect Recipe for Sex, Relationships and Health Education?
RSE Day (27 June 2019) is a yearly celebration of Relationships and Sex Education that educates children and young people about healthy relationships and positive sexual health. RSE Day encourages schools and the wider community to get involved. RSE DAY provides an opportunity to promote and raise awareness of the great Relationships and Sex Education … Continue reading RSE DAY 2019
Dispelling myths is a big part of period education, many young people come along to our workshops and offload a great deal of information they have picked up along the way. We have heard so much funny stuff, and it's really easy to see why the wrong messages are out there!
Rise Above has been developed by PHE to address health challenges in a way that resonates with young people and influences them to avoid or delay taking up risky behaviours. The programme has a digital hub offering young people a safe and inspiring space where they can learn and rehearse how to deal with the issues that … Continue reading Teaching Kids How To Make Smarter Choices
Draft guidance was published today to make sure SRE education prepares young people for life in the modern world. Under the proposals, all pupils will study compulsory health education as well as new reformed relationships education in primary school and relationships and sex education in secondary school. The draft guidance – which was last updated in … Continue reading New Relationships And Health Education In Schools
‘The speakers were all excellent and relevant to the subject matters, this was a great way of bringing like-minded organisations together.’ Kerry Cabbin, Director at Tough Cookies Education, reminded those who attended, with her welcome talk why we were here and why SRE was back on the agenda, which was celebrated by many in … Continue reading Tough Cookies Education had the great pleasure of hosting their first SRE Conference in Manchester. And here’s what happened…