Teaching PSHE education

Guidance and tools to help you teach safe and effective PSHE education

A white female teacher stands at the front of a classroom in front of a whiteboard and holding a whiteboard pen, smiling
Planning and teaching an effective PSHE curriculum is a unique journey. Our resources support you to develop a personalised curriculum and a safe, supportive learning environment for young people.
Subject Specialist

About teaching PSHE education

Once you’ve planned your PSHE education programme it’s time to focus on teaching it safely and effectively. 

The first consideration is to ‘do no harm’ – so creating a safe learning environment is key, especially considering some of the challenging issues you deal with as a PSHE teacher. We also offer advice below on planning high quality lessons and choosing external speakers. 

Anyone teaching the subject should have at least basic training on the fundamentals of safe, effective practice. Our CPD training sessions are a great place to start.

Get your free copy today! Ideal for inset, staff CPD, initial teacher training or the staff room wall.
Black drawings of charts drew on a poster during a meeting

Teaching PSHE in your school

See our practical advice and best practice tips.
Find out more about membership and CPD options for Trainee and Early Career Teachers (ECTs) and get support.
Student teacher FPC