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Teaching with Confidence

Year Archives: 2016


Teaching SRE with Confidence in Secondary Schools has been awarded the PSHE Association Quality Mark.  CWP’s third resource to achieve this recognition.

What the PSHE Association says:

‘Teaching SRE with Confidence in Secondary Schools’ sets out to develop skills and attributes such as respect, self-esteem, empathy and communication and negotiation skills that help secondary pupils to stay safe both online and offline and make informed decisions in relationships. ‘Teaching SRE with Confidence’ provides a spiral curriculum for sex and relationships education (SRE) to be taught as part of a wider PSHE education programme. Each scheme of work has a set of three interconnected lesson plans and supporting teacher guidance. Visit the CWP website for more information on the resource and how to order PSHE Association Subject Specialist, Karen Summers says: ‘This revised edition of Teaching SRE with Confidence in Secondary Schools provides teachers with a flexible and comprehensive resource to teach key aspects of Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) for key stage 3 and 4 pupils as part of a developmental PSHE education scheme of work. The resource helps to develop skills and attributes required to understand safe use of social media, personal safety, sexual exploitation, sexual bullying, consent, pornography. Lesson plans are well-structured and pupil activities are stimulating and engaging. In addition, advice is given on how to assess and evaluate pupils’ learning experiences. This resource will make a valuable contribution to PSHE teaching and is both inclusive and relevant to young peoples’ lives.’