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RSHE statutory guidance

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Dfe have recently announced the publication of the final RSHE statutory guidance:

This month the NSPCC and NEU published a press release with the following top findings:

  • Half of teachers said they lacked confidence to teach compulsory Relationships and Sex Education lessons just 16 months before the national roll-out
  • The curriculum was last updated over a generation ago before social media, sexting and online porn
  • NSPCC and NEU urgently calls on the Government to deliver face-to-face training, timetabled lessons and more funding for schools to support teacher

Earlier this year the Council for Disabled Children with the Sex Education Forum delivered a conference which discussed sex and relationships with young people with disabilities. To read more about the conference follow this link: https://councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/news-opinion/news/cdcs-joint-conference-puts-spotlight-discussing-sex-and-relationship-young-people-disabilities

Their website hosts a range of resource links on relationship. https://councilfordisabledchildren.org.uk/transition-information-network/information-and-support/relationships