DO… for RSE coordinators offers guidance on how to implement an effective RSE programme in schools
These six lesson plans have been specially created by highly dedicated and experienced members of the DO… collaboration, the class activities in lesson stimulus are designed to complement and enhance them.
Lesson plan 1: Let's start with you
Explore how the way we feel about ourselves can affect our relationships.
We need to look after ourselves and the people in our lives
Lesson plan 2: What is expected of you
A look at rules associated with relationships and sex.
Society creates expectations based on gender
Different kinds of healthy relationships can nurture us
Lesson plan 4: Communication, consent and sex
The importance of communication and consent.
Ways we can tune into our needs and the needs of others, to put consent at the centre of relationships
Lesson plan 5: Safer sex
It's a good idea to look at safer sex in the context of relationships.
How safer sex is better for relationships
Lesson plan 6: Problem solving
Bringing all the basics of RSE together, with your students.
Combine and apply everything you and your students
2 DO… lesson stimulus
These useful exercises have been created to enhance the DO… lesson plans.
- Consent (is designed to work with lesson plan 1)
- Relationships (is designed to work with lesson plan 3)
- Safer sex (is designed to work with lesson plan 5)
They can help make RSE classes more engaging.