DO... for educators equips teachers and external experts with lesson guidance, plans and materials to deliver quality RSE in schools
4 in 5 teachers say they don’t feel sufficiently trained in RSE* You’ll find the knowledge, experience and expertise in this training can help you feel more informed and confident.
Take a look at the DO… resources on this page, they can help you make a real difference in your school.
*Durex, NAHT, NCPTA, NGA (2010). Relationships and sex education: Views from teachers, parents and governors.
1 Reflective preparation
These self-reflection exercises have been created to make you comfortable about preparing and delivering quality RSE lessons; they are designed to be used ahead of the RSE lesson.
Teaching RSE can be challenging because of topics, opinions and questions that may arise. But the skills, values and attitudes it develops are essential and highly rewarding for teachers and students.
Reflecting on personal feelings about relationships, sex, education and society before entering the classroom, can greatly enhance RSE lessons.
- Your relationships and sex education
- Hot topics
- What is 'sex'?
- Why do people have sex?
- Why do people have romantic relationships?