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.
Cineáltas: Action Plan on Bullying is Ireland’s whole education approach to preventing and addressing bullying in schools.
This analytical report presents a scientific review of the prevalence and impact of violence against children (VAC) (specifically, those forms that most affect school-aged children), and its relationship with educational opportunities and students’ academic achievement.
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 document was developed to accelerate the universal access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region and to assist the countries and territories in advancing the national SRH strategies and action plans in line with the Sustainable Development Goals
In the frame of the WHO-Russia initiative on improving school health services in the Eastern European and Central Asian countries the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the Russian Federation promoted the assessment of school health services in 9 countries of its Region (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bel
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.
Cineáltas: Action Plan on Bullying provides a collective vision and clear roadmap for how the whole education community and society can work together to prevent and address bullying in our schools.
Comprehensive sexuality education is an important means of promoting sexual well-being amongst young people and is key to preventing sexually transmitted infections (STIs). However, sexuality education is not currently included in the formal curriculum in Italian schools.
Children’s experience of harm and abuse has a profound impact on their health and well-being.