In this short video, Dr Weston delves into the concept of marriage, sharing research and facts, and dispelling some prevalent myths. With suggestions for classroom exercises and things to consider, Dr Weston looks at various aspects of committed and healthy relationships, the legalities surrounding marriage and she also addresses the issue of forced marriage.
In this webinar, Dr Weston is joined by relationship therapist, Sue Wintgens, to discuss the importance of connection and communication in couple’s relationships.
Sexting refers to the consensual or non-consensual sharing of nude or semi-nude images or videos and it’s illegal for people under the age of 18. We’ve put together a quick guide, covering key things you need to know and where you can find more advice and information in the Tooled Up library.
It’s important to set ground rules for the sensitive discussions that RSHE/PSHE lessons might involve. Use our template as a starting point for setting your own class agreement. Add your own statements, ask all class members to sign that they agree and display on the classroom wall.
RSE in Prep and Primary Schools: Understanding Statutory Guidance and Resource Ideas with Saskia Boujo
Experienced teacher and relationship and sex educator, Saskia Boujo, joins Dr Weston in this webinar for school staff which focuses on teachers’ role in delivering the new RSE curriculum, how best to work in partnership with parents, and good practice when it comes to PSHE. It’s packed with practical tips and ideas for classroom use.
The Importance of Talking About Sex and Relationships in the Prep and Primary Years (and How to Do it!)
Watch this webinar to find out our top, evidence-based tips on having conversations with younger children about sex and relationships and to learn more about why these chats are so important (even if they might make parents feel a little squeamish).
Starting to have conversations with younger children about sex and relationships can feel daunting, but it doesn’t need to, especially with all of the resources that we have in the Tooled Up library that can help. Here are our top 10 tips for embarking on these important (and ongoing) discussions, which will help to prepare our children for relationships of all kinds as they grow.
Use this template to consider where you stand on talking about different aspects of sex and relationship. You could discuss it with a partner or friend. It will be useful to come up with strategies that would help you to broach the subjects that you find tricky.
In this webinar for school staff, GP Dr Alison Cowan discusses emerging issues regarding teen sexual health, how best to approach conversations with young people and some useful resources for anyone working in a school.