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Cornwall Schools Transgender Guidance

The Cornwall Schools Transgender Guidance was written in collaboration with Cornwall Council, The Intercom Trust, Devon & Cornwall Police and head teachers in 2012.

It is a pioneering piece of partnership working, the purpose of which is to embed good practice in the field of Transgender work in schools and colleges and tackle the distress and disruption trans pupils often face.

 

Disrespect NoBody Teaching Resources

The PSHE Association has worked with the Home Office and Government Equalities Office to develop a new teaching resource which supports the Government’s Disrespect NoBody campaign aimed at preventing abuse in teenage relationships.

The Disrespect NoBody campaign builds on the Government’s previous This is Abuse campaign, and is aimed at preventing abusive behaviours within relationships. The new teaching resource helps young people to understand what a healthy relationship is, to re-think their views of controlling behaviour, violence, abuse and consent and directs them to places to go for help and advice. It aims to help young people to develop key skills and attributes such as empathy, respect, communication and negotiation so that they can enjoy healthy relationships both as they grow up and in adulthood.

The new resource features session plans focussed on understanding teenage relationship abuse, consent and sharing sexual images. The discussion guide will develop as content for the campaign develops – we’ll keep you updated on this.

Suitable for KS3, KS4 and KS5. 

Download the Disrespect NoBody Discussion Guide here

 

 



Tagged under: Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 5, domestic abuse, consent, healthy relationships

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