Great Relationships and Sex Education is an innovative and accessible guide for educators who work with young people to create and deliver Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) programmes. Developed by two leading experts in the field, it contains hundreds of creative activities and session ideas that can be used both by experienced RSE educators and those new to RSE.
Drawing on best practice and up-to-date research from around the world, Great RSE provides fun, challenging and critical ways to address key contemporary issues and debates in RSE. Activity ideas are organised around key areas of learning in RSE: Relationships, Gender and Sexual Equality, Bodies, Sex and Sexual health. There are activities on consent, pleasure, friendships, assertiveness, contraception, fertility and so much more. All activities are LGBT+ inclusive and designed to encourage critical thinking and consideration of how digital technologies play out in young people’s relationships and sexual lives.
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With over 200 activities to choose from, this book is an essential resource for teachers, school nurses, youth workers, sexual health practitioners and anyone delivering RSE to young people aged 11-25.
"Thanks to all the ideas in this book I’m really enjoying teaching RSE and I can see how much the young people are loving it too. The detailed notes and pointers are really helpful for me, especially when tackling tricky topics like gender. I'm advising every teacher I know to go get a copy!"
- Bryden Joy, Teacher
"Great Relationships and Sex Education has to be the go to book for new and experienced practitioners who want to create an engaging, inclusive and empowering relationships and sexuality education curriculum. Every chapter carefully supports practitioners to develop awareness and confidence on a range of issues from consent to sexual identity with an impressive set of links to find out more about an area of learning or pedagogic technique. Packed with hundreds of interactive activities that can be adapted to any learning environment, this is one of the most comprehensive evidence-based resources from two of the most experienced leading scholar-practitioners in the field."
- Emma Renold, Professor of Childhood Studies, Cardiff University
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Creating Safer Spaces Chapter 3: Relationships Chapter 4: Gender and Sexual Equality Chapter 5: Bodies Chapter 6: Sex Chapter 7: Sexual Health Chapter 8: Concluding the learning Chapter 9: Useful Resources