I was chatting with my Facebook group colleague Alice about showing videos in RSE and here’s a summary of our thoughts on this. As you can see, we’re not huge fans of this approach, but we do have some top tips at the end.
Just as it’s counter-productive to hype up the risks of STIs it’s also counter-productive to hype up the risks of pregnancy.
One area where RSE really sits in the context of the broader PSHE curriculum is in doing anti-oppression work.
RSE practitioners might be tempted to show graphic pictures of STIs. Here I’ll argue why this is a bad and counterproductive teaching method in relationships and sex education.
Here are my responses to the RSE Consultation which I did yesterday (I know I know, I’ve had weeks to do it, but it’s just me here).
The theme of sexual health week this year is consent, so here’s a quick blog of my top tips for teaching about consent and to give you an idea of what good practice looks like.
It’s Pride Month where we celebrate lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer (and hopefully also asexual and intersex) folk. Drawing attention to the inequalities, prejudice, and discrimination that so so many people face is super important, and of course we shouldn’t just be doing this in June.
Today marks the end of Masturbation Month which I wish could become a more important month in the sex education calendar.