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Resources - PSHE

Government Guidance for Schools

Relationships Education, Relationships & Sex Education and Health Education statutory guidance for all schools.

These elements will become statutory for all schools in September 2020

DfE Non-statutory implementation guidance to support schools

Plan your Relationships, Sex and Health Education Curriculum’. It gives schools some basic principles to help school leaders plan and prepare for the new statutory curriculum.

DfE Support and training materials for schools

to help train teachers on relationships, sex and health education

Guidance from Ofsted on Inspecting teaching of the protected characteristics in schools

September 2020

A guide for primary schools to engage with parents and carers on the relationships and sex education policy”

Supporting leaflets for parents/ carers about the new statutory curriculum

PSHE information and guidance for Governors

How to support and influence PSHE education. A guide for governing boards, April 2021

Guidance for Governing bodies from the National Governors Association and PSHE association

Drug and alcohol education guidance for school governors

Five questions to ask about drug and alcohol education in your school from the PSHE association

North Yorkshire County Council Guidance & Support

Personal, Social, Health Education and Citizenship Guidance for primary schools including a curriculum entitlement framework

Includes the statutory relationships education, relationships & sex education and health education learning outcomes. Also signposts to a range of teaching and learning resources.

Primary PSHE progressive vocabulary list to support the NYCC PSHE curriculum entitlement framework

Personal, Social, Health Education and Citizenship Guidance for Secondary schools including a curriculum entitlement framework

Includes the statutory relationships education, relationships & sex education and health education learning outcomes. Also signposts to a range of teaching and learning resources.

NYCC PSHE subject leader audit and monitoring tool updated September 2021

Suggested cross-phase pupil voice questions to support monitoring the PSHE curriculum (updated November 2021)

Secondary PSHE audit tool based on the NYCC PSHE entitlement framework

Inclusive of the statutory relationships, sex and health education curriculum

Guidance to support schools choose appropriate PSHE teaching resources

Guidance to support schools work effectively with external agencies who contribute to the PSHE curriculum

Resources to support schools around peer on peer abuse and sexual harassment

North Yorkshire stand up to loneliness campaign to support young people- teaching resources and supporting campaign materials

Books to support the PSHE curriculum

A range of story books to support the teaching of the PSHE and Wellbeing curriculum for all schools

North Yorkshire Relationships and Sex Education Guidance for schools to support schools implement effective policy and practice updated September 2021

Supporting LGBT children and young people

A guide for professionals who work in North Yorkshire provides information about teaching resources and support for LGBT young people

Information about sexual health support and services in North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire substance misuse policy for schools

updated guidance coming in September 2021

Information about substance misuse support for young people in North Yorkshire

NY Young People's Service Leaflet

Information about substance misuse support for young people in North Yorkshire

NY YP Referral Form

North Yorkshire Online safety guidance for schools to support schools implement effective policy and practice updated September 2021

Other Available Support for Schools

The PSHE association

A range of supporting information, guidance, teaching and learning resources. Some are free to access, for others you need to be a member

Sex Education Forum

A range of supporting resources. Some are free to access and for others you need to be a member

Brook - Resources

A range of supporting resources which are downloadable

Brook - E-Learning

Some free e-learning modules to support secondary school teachers to deliver effective relationships and sex education

Mentor-ADEPIS

A range of supporting information, guidance, teaching and learning resources. Some are free to access, for others you need to be a member

Thinkuknow

Childnet

Online safety information and guidance can be accessed

Safer internet

Also host the materials for annual internet safety day which runs in February

Project Evolve

Is developing a wide range of teaching resources for all year groups to support the Education for a Connected World Framework which provides an online safety curriculum