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Sex and relationships education 2015

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Slides from the Sex and Relationships Education Information Evening at Chew Valley School, October 2015

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Sex and relationships education 2015

  1. 1. Relationships and Sex Education Information evening 2015
  2. 2. Answers to the puberty quiz Exercising means you can eat whatever you want Onset of puberty in girls is getting younger Hair that is shaved off grows back thicker and darker Eating fatty foods causes acne Sweat is made from a lot of chemicals which smell Boys only get erections when they are sexually excited Hands and feet grow first then the body catches up Girls should not use tampons until they are older Men have deeper voices because their voice box gets bigger Girls should not play sports during their period Pubic hair indicates the onset of puberty Washing more often is necessary during puberty
  3. 3. Answers to the RSE quiz A girl can’t get pregnant during her period Herpes can be cured by antibiotics Since 1998, the proportion of pregnancies under 18 has fallen by 34% The group most at risk of STIs is heterosexual men under 25 You have to go to your GP to be tested for Chlamydia You can’t get pregnant the first time If a girl is drunk she cannot consent to sex The age of consent is different for same sex couples Only condoms protect against STIs and unwanted pregnancy It is never acceptable to be violent to your girl/boyfriend On average a woman is assaulted 35 times before they report it to the police 1 in 4 teenage girls and 1 in 5 teenage boys report violence in their intimate relationships
  4. 4. Key features: PSHE Personal Identity Healthy Lifestyles Risk Relation- ships Diversity
  5. 5. Sex and Relationships Education Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is an educational entitlement for all children and young people. It is lifelong learning about physical, moral and emotional development and sex, sexuality and sexual health. It enhances the self-worth and confidence of each individual and encourages mutually respectful relationships and empathy for others.
  6. 6. Relationships and Sex education RSE Attitudes and Values Personal and Social skills Knowledge and Understanding
  7. 7. Who teaches it? • Key stage 3 – PSHRE teacher • Key stage 4 – Specialist team
  8. 8. Methodology:
  9. 9. Curriculum content: • One term in each year is dedicated to RSE • At other times other topics may also include some of the RSE themes • Knowledge, understanding and skills are built on and developed each year
  10. 10. Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6 7 Equality and diversity Equality Diversity Homophobia Stereotypes Puberty and life changes Puberty Menstruation Adulthood Responsibilities Bullying Physical Verbal Psychological Cyber Alcohol Drug The law Responsibility Limits Emotional Health and well-being Healthy Coping strategies Well-being plan Personal Values Influences Positive/negative Individuality Your voice 8 Healthy lifestyles Physical/emotional Choices/lifestyle Alcohol Smoking First Aid 999 DR AB Recovery position Bleeding Bullying Media Causes Effects Coping strategies Self harm Definitions Causes Distraction techniques Respectful Relationships Friendship Relationships Positive/negative Conflict resolution Challenging stereotypes Prejudice Self-esteem Role models Transgender 9 Human Rights Fairness UNDHR Slavery Empathy Body Image Media Healthy/unhealthy Photoshop Resilience RSE Language Ask-it basket Contraception Values Alcohol Media Physical effects Responsible messages Drugs Definition Categorisation Reasons for abuse Sources of help Personal Identity Social networking Self-esteem Identity Sexting 10 Growth Mindset Role models Brain training Optimism Resilience RSE – contraception and consent Consent Attraction Contraception Drugs and Alcohol Risk Reasons for use Cannabis and mental health Respectful relationships and CSE Domestic violence Spiralling Consent Control Equality and Diversity Prejudice Discrimination Homophobia Body image and self esteem Media Beauty over time Eating disorders Resilience 11 Drugs and Alcohol Habits Units clock Impact of abuse Sources of help Mental Health toolkit Stigma Positive mental health Mental health conditions Toolkit RSE – pornography and mental health Definitions The law Sexualisation Resilience Coping with stress Science of stress Stress management techniques Facing the future Revision techniques Reflection
  11. 11. Year 7 • The physical and emotional changes which take place during puberty • The importance of friendship • Hope to cope with conflict in relationships
  12. 12. Year 8 • Team game covering puberty and relationships, consequences, key terminology and managing risk • How can we keep our relationships positive?
  13. 13. Year 9 • Ask-it basket • Methods of contraception • Peer pressure and social norms
  14. 14. Year 10 • Respectful relationships • Methods of contraception – school nurse team • Sexually Transmitted Infections • Child Sexual Exploitation
  15. 15. Year 11 • Pornography and mental health • Positive relationships • HIV/AIDS

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