This book will enable and assist teachers responsible for organizing and delivering Sex and Relationships Education. It draws together the best available practice to support teachers in developing policy and classroom practice. It begins by looking at general principles and then focuses on primary, secondary and special schools as well as pupil referral units. These chapters will provide a toolkit of ideas and approaches that teachers can use in the classroom.
Included are practical exercises that can be done alone or in staff meetings to prepare yourself or a colleague to deliver SRE, a glossary of terms that will support you in answering children's and young people's questions, advice on choosing, developing and using resources, and a list of useful organizations and websites.
The book will be particularly helpful to PSHE coordinators, Health Promotion Units, National Healthy School Standard coordinators and SRE teachers in schools. LEA Advisors and Inspectors, and anyone involved in training and supporting teachers, will also find this a useful guide.