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Let's get it right: A toolkit for involving primary school children in reviewing sex and relationships education

by Lucy Emmerson and Jane Lees National Children's Bureau
Pub Date:
03/2013
ISBN:
9781909391086
Format:
Pbk 48 pages
Price:
AU$24.99 NZ$25.21
Product Status: Available in Approx 14 days
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Let's get it right is a pack of 13 practical class-room activities for use at KS1 and KS2 for consulting children about what they learn in SRE, how it is taught and how it could be improved. The toolkit comes complete with:learning outcomes and teaching notes for the 13 activitiesphotocopiable resources'benchmark' questions that a school can use to measure progress each yeara checklist for reviewing SRE provision in a primary schoola curriculum design toolexplanation of 'why' and 'how' to involve young children in reviewing SREThe toolkit builds on the success of 'Are you getting it right? for consulting secondary-aged pupils'. Exactly what is taught in SRE and from what age is too often debated and decided by adults without consulting the children it affects. However, even very young children can contribute their views about SRE provided suitable methods are used. This resource shows how this can be done in practice.Asking children their views on SRE gives them an opportunity to be active citizens and to fulfil their right to express opinions. This guide shows how listening to pupils can become part of school culture and thus reap benefits to pupil well-being, including raising self-esteem and developing social skills.
Jane Lees is the chair of the Sex Education Forum. With an interest in curriculum development, she has contributed to the development of the PSHE framework and also to the new Personal Well-being programmes of study. Jane's forte is currently PSHE CPD lead in one local authority and supports several others. She is also an associate trainer for the Family Planning Association.