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Schools & Colleges

Together we can deliver outstanding relationships education for your young adults

The new Relationships & Sex Education curriculum introduced in September 2020 acknowledges that young adults need support in developing healthy, nurturing relationships.

 

We have worked with hundreds of state, faith and independent schools over 20 years. Together we have given 100,000+ young adults the opportunity to consider what healthy, loving and happy relationships look like and create positive relationships ambitions.

 

Our significant experience and methodology enable us to work with education professionals to provide a unique relationships education experience for young adults.

 

We are now able to offer virtual sessions remotely as well as in classroom sessions.

We are able to support schools with many key components set out in the new curriculum:

Young people have the information they need to develop healthy relationships

Young people have the information they need to develop nurturing relationships

Young people have the information they need to create all kinds of relationships

Young people have the information they need to create intimate relationships

RSE should enable young people to know what a healthy relationship looks like

RSE should enable young people to know what makes a good friend

RSE should enable young people to know what makes a successful marriage

RSE should enable young people to know what makes a successful civil partnership

RSE should enable young people to know what a successful long-term relationship looks like

RSE should discuss the development of intimate relationships

RSE should teach what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in a relationship

RSE should help young people understand the positive effect good relationships have on their mental wellbeing

RSE should teach young peoploe about respecting themselves and others

RSE should help young people to mature and build self-confidence

RSE should help build young people's self esteem

RSE should ensure young people know that there are different types of committed, stable relationships

RSE should help young people understand how relationships might contribute to human happiness and their importance in bringing up children

RSE should explain why marriage is an important relationship choice for many couples and why it must be entered into freely

RSE should help young people judge when family, friend intimate or other realtionships are unsafe

RSE should help young people know the characteristics of a healthy relationship including trust, respect, honesty, boundaries, privacy, consent and management of consent, reconciliation and ending relationships

To find out more about how we can work together, or to arrange a free pilot session, please contact us