PSHE Association calls for examples of good practice in the teaching of consent

As you may be aware, the Department for Education announced earlier this year that it has asked the PSHE Association to identify a range of good practice on the teaching of consent in sex and relationships education in line with statutory guidance for the subject. We are therefore putting out a call for examples of good practice which will be assessed against our quality standards for PSHE education, with the highest-quality examples (either resources or case studies) promoted to our membership of over 5,000 teachers, school leaders and other education practitioners. The Association understands that the concept of consent forms just part of a wider programme and would be grateful to hear from organisations which look at the concept of consent as part of a bigger SRE/PSHE programme. Please email with the email header ‘Good practice in the teaching of consent’ to see if your organisation may be eligible; please contact the same address with the same header if you have any questions about this process. 

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