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Teaching with Confidence

This 5th edition of Teaching RSE with Confidence in Primary Schools reflects recent developments in PSHE and the Statutory Guidance for Relationships Education, RSE and Health Education.

CWP have devised new lessons, increased our focus on families, relationships, safeguarding/keeping children safe and added Additional units on Respect and Equality and FGM. This resource encourages children to develop the skills of listening, empathy, talking about feelings and relationships with families and friends.

In Reception we focus on families and friendships. From Year 1 children will learn the names of the body parts, the differences between males and females and the ways in which they will develop and grow. Importantly, they will also learn to recognise unsafe and risky situations and to ask for help.

The curriculum continues to develop their knowledge and skills as they learn about the physical and emotional changes of puberty and about reproduction.

In Year 6 we have added an extra lesson on internet safety and communication in relationships.

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Teaching RSE with Confidence in Primary Schools

Teaching RSE with Confidence in Secondary Schools

I first came across CWP Resources when researching resources and schemes of work for a RSE overhaul at our special needs school. As with all schools our students mature at different rates but our range from age seven until sixteen encompasses many, many levels and abilities to process information and apply it themselves. We also need to revisit and reinforce many times and these excellent CD ROMs enabled my staff to do this using the framework of the schemes of work.

The lesson plans include a wide range of teaching styles which are perfect for our individual learning style and enable us to mix and match according to the pupils’ needs.

Although there is a wealth of resources available on the internet it is a very valuable time saver to have them all there in one place. The diagrams are very clear and the photographs encompass a wide range of ethnic groups.

These resources provide a starting point for less confident teachers and an additional resource for others. The assessment and evaluation ideas are easily adapted and modified and offer clear, accessible guidance to new and established teachers alike.

(Outer London School for children with both moderate and complex needs encompassing Key Stage 2,3,4.)