A recent government report (2016) highlights the problem of sexual harrassment and sexism in schools and the need to provide safe learning opportunities to talk about power, peer pressure and consent. Talking about consent is vital for safeguarding, but still one in three young people say that ..... This training equips participants with the skills and confidence to deliver an SRE curriculum that is pro-active about consent. The training provides opportunities to trial new resources and explore techniques for challenging sexism and ensuring all young people know what a positive, healthy relationship looks like.
- Clarification of relevant legislation and how to teach about the law
- Confidence to address issues such as sexting, sexual harrassment and sexual violence
- Awareness of how consent is linked to wider SRE teaching on gender, peer pressure and power
- Knowlege of a range of resources and approaches for teaching about consent in a real-life context
"I feel more confident now that I have a bank of ideas and resources"
"I have greater understanding of what consent involves, not just sexual"