Welcome to our teaching resources for RSHE, below are presentations you can use to teach your students on a number of topics, in some cases there are 2 versions, one version is the one you can use in your classes and the second version has been recorded over, this allows teachers who have not attended our training to listen to the presentation and get some guidance on how to deliver the sessions.
- Consent and STIs [Download – Tutorial on Consent and STIs (recording)] [Download – Consent and STIs presentation for classrooms (slides)]
This presentation covers the important points on consent and sexually transmitted infections, this presentation can be used to deliver a class and takes around 45 minutes to deliver. Above is a PowerPoint version and a version that has been narrated over with guidance to enable you to deliver the session more confidently.
- Contraception and Staying safe [Download – Tutorial on Contraception and Staying safe (recording)] [Download – Contraception and Staying safe (slides) ]
Here you can download a presentation on contraception and staying safe, this covers important information on all kinds of contraception, online safety, sexting and grooming. There are two presentations one that is narrated over for teaching staff to train themselves on before they deliver it and there is another version to use for classroom delivery. Sessions should take around 45 minutes to one hour to deliver.
Here you can download a presentation on healthy relationships, this includes activities and information on healthy and unhealthy relationships and who to recognise them. This presentation now has a narrated version as all the information needed to deliver the session is on the slides, this session should take around one hour to deliver including activities.
- Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) [Download – HPV in Schools (slides)] [(Download HPV Information (recording)]
Here you can download a presentation on human papilloma virus (HPV) and how young people can protect themselves from HPV using vaccinations routinely offered in schools and why up-taking the vaccinations is so important. HPV vaccinations are routinely offered in schools from year 8, this presentation can be used in year 8 and even to parents to give them all the information needed on HPV and HPV vaccinations.
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