Educating Children to Safeguard Themselves

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The PSHE association provides a FREE programme of study and selected resources. There is also a member's section which involves a small cost but well worth it. Click here for the website.

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UNICEF rights respecting schools provides resources and more to tap into, some is FREE and some you paid. Why not look into becoming a rights respecting school?

Mental Health is going to be high on the agenda, especially with COVID-19 and the impact this will have had on children. The DfE have provided a document for Primary and Secondary Physical Health and Mental Wellbeing.

Educate Against Hate is a great website with resources for teachers in the classroom as well as for parents.

Thinkuknow is a great, interactive website for teachers, parents and children. It includes video clips and games to help get the message across.

The NSPCC have a wealth of information for all ages, including; ex and relationships, talking about drugs and alcohol, criminal exploitation and gangs, and mental health. They are also the founders the infamous 'PANTS' programme which is perfect for early years and KS1. They also come into schools to do assemblies.

BBC Teach covers a wide range of subjects. In their PSHE section they cover a number of issues including; identity, sex and relationships, growth mindset, refugees, teenage mental health, online grooming and more

Young Minds UK is a great place to signpost young people to for support around mental health.

Fearless talks about County Lines and crimes associated with it. There is a FREE downloadable educational resource pack.

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This is a great e-safety curriculum and covers all ages. Click here for the full document.

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The Breck Foundation has a range of information and resources for teachers, parents and young people around the risks f online grooming. This charity was set up by a mother who's son was murdered after being groomed online. She is an inspirational speaker so if you ever get the chance, I'd highly recommend seeing her,

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The new Sex Relationships and Health Education was statutory from September 2020. The DfE have published guidance for headteachers and school leaders here.

Primary schools focus on health and relationships whereas Secondary schools include the sex element,