DO... for educators equips teachers and external experts with lesson guidance, plans and materials to deliver quality RSE in schools
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The resources on this page have been created to help you teach modern, relevant and engaging RSE.
After exploring the ways to optimise RSE in your school, use the menu provided to find additional lesson guidance, plans and materials for you to use before and during the class.
You can even take our self-assessment to help you identify which DO… resources will be most useful for you.
1 Discover the evidence
The importance of RSE to young people is supported by an overwhelming amount of evidence. In this resource, you will find a snapshot of the research and data out there that will emphasise what an effective programme from DO… can help achieve.
- Why is RSE so important?
- Are schools and our stakeholders aware of its importance?
- If understanding isn’t the main problem, what is?
- Why are we, as school leaders, best placed to improve RSE?
- What can good RSE mean for your school?
2 Understanding the Ofsted requirements
An exploration of current Ofsted key judgements of ‘Behaviour and Safety’ changed in September 2015 to ‘Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare’. This resource will help you understand how the DO… RSE programme can play an important role in helping your school meet this judgement.
- What do Ofsted changes mean for your school?
- How will Ofsted measure this new key judgement in relation to RSE?
- What steps can you take to ensure your school meets the new key judgement?
- How RSE can contribute to good personal development, behaviour and welfare
3 Work in collaboration
This resource will help you work in collaboration with all stakeholders, with suggestions for tools to help ensure opinions of all relevant parties are sought and listened to.
- The importance of gaining support for your RSE programme
- How to get all parties involved
- What to do if parties disagree
4 Increase awareness of services
Professional organisations can help young people and teachers by ensuring they have up-to-date knowledge and services, as well as raising awareness of local concerns. This resource will help you build and increase your partnerships. It will also help you ensure young people have the confidence and understanding of how, when and why they should use them.
- The benefits of a school and sexual health service partnership
- What should additional services include?
- Raising awareness of services in your school
- How to secure additional services
- Services from the DO… collaboration
5 Learn about the DO... self-assessment
Not sure where to start? Take the DO... self-assessment to receive instant feedback with recommendations on which resources may be most relevant to you.
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