This guidance applies to everyone delivering RSHP education to children and young people in Scotland. Delivery of RSHP education should be done in a way that encompasses Getting It Right For Every Child as well as reflecting the wider agenda to progressing children’s rights in Scotland.
New research shows why bisexual and pansexual youth need comprehensive sexuality education that meets their needs. Comprehensive sexuality education (often referred to as CSE) is important to prepare young people for safe, productive, and fulfilling lives.
This briefing aims to provide an accessible and accurate summary of the latest research evidence relating to relationships and sex education (RSE), particularly the contribution of RSE to behaviour change.
Recent changes to the law in England require all primary schools to teach Relationships Education and all secondary schools to teach Relationships and Sex Education (RSE). Our focus in this article is on the voices of teachers and other educational professionals in relation to this change.
This research review is a comprehensive overview of bullying prepared by For Adolescent Health, Greece, with contributions from all ENABLE partners.
This mandatory Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) Code supports schools to design their RSE. The content is set within the context of broad and interlinked learning strands, namely: relationships and identity; sexual health and well-being; empowerment, safety and respect.
Children’s experience of harm and abuse has a profound impact on their health and well-being.
The resource, developed by Education Scotland provides a comprehensive set of learning activities for use in early learning settings, primary and secondary schools, colleges and community-based learning settings. The resource is structured in line with national Curriculum for Excellence Levels.
This study aimed to understand how schools across a range of contexts approached the development and delivery of their current Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) curriculum, as well as any specific considerations that may have been given to teaching the topics outlined in the
This guidance outlines how schools can ensure their pupils understand how to stay safe and behave online as part of existing curriculum requirements.