The PSHE Association are delighted to publish an updated version of ‘We’ve got it covered’ for you today to reflect the new statutory guidance for health education, relationships education and RSE. These aspects of PSHE education will be compulsory from 2020 and the government published its new guidance recently, following consultation on a draft version last year.
‘We’ve got it covered’ is a handy, free guide which maps The PSHE Association’s PSHE education Programme of Study to the new statutory guidance. You will see from this guide that any school using their current PSHE education Programme of Study (Key stages 1–5) to plan high quality, regular PSHE is set up to cover the new statutory requirements, while also delivering vital economic wellbeing and careers aspects.
They are also making a few updates and improvements to the Programme of Study itself later this year – including added detail on what the new guidance means in each key stage, within the context of your broader PSHE programme. In the meantime, the current version certainly has you covered.
Download updated ‘We’ve Got It Covered’ Document
‘Giving to Help Others’, founded by The Team Margot Foundation and NHS Blood and Transplant, have created a new PSHE lesson to help spread the word about the power of blood, stem cell and bone marrow donation, and to raise the number of adult donors both now and in the future.
This free resource includes:
- PowerPoint lessons,
- comprehensive teacher notes
- and activities.
It will help your Key Stage 2 pupils identify ways that they can help others, whilst further exploring why adults choose to donate blood, stem cells and bone marrow.
This resource has just been granted the PSHE Association Quality Mark, and includes an optional extension activity for pupils to create a donation awareness campaign within their local community, to inspire others to get involved.
Download the ‘Giving to Help Others’ Lesson
Public Health England’s new Rise Above KS3 lesson plan pack on puberty, KS3 & 4 pack on dealing with change and KS2 lesson plan on transition to secondary school have received the PSHE Association Quality Mark for high-quality PSHE education resources.
These free PSHE resources are designed to help students understand and manage the changes that may happen as they transition into adulthood and learn about ways to manage and cope with these changes.
Each lesson plan pack includes:
- an engaging lesson plan,
- editable PowerPoint presentation,
- real-life scenarios
- and interactive videos,
which all aim to encourage peer-to-peer discussion.
Download the KS2 Transition to Secondary School Pack
Download the KS3 & 4 Dealing with Change Lesson Pack
Download the KS3 Puberty Lesson Pack
NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) has updated the guidelines on alcohol education in schools. New draft recommendations will support the Department for Education’s (DfE) plan to make alcohol education a compulsory component of personal, social and health education (PSHE) in all state-funded schools in England from September 2020.
The guideline, developed with Public Health England, advises a positive approach to alcohol education; inviting classroom discussion and wider school policies to embed a ‘whole-school approach’ to PSHE.
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Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
P2P delivers peer-led life-skills workshops to schools, PRUs and other youth-related services. Workshops include Sexting, Online Grooming, Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships, Gun and Knife Crime, Gang Awareness, Drug and Alcohol Abuse and more.
Target Group: Primary and Secondary Schools (for Pupils, Staff, Parents and Carers)
Cost Implication for Schools: Yes
Prevent Education Officer
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Email Address: email@example.com
Mobile: 07970 788985
1. Staff training on Prevent
2. Safeguarding policy support and advice for Prevent
3. Curriculum support – assemblies/workshops/lessons/lesson plans/resources/external speakers
Target Group: Early Years, Primary and Secondary Schools (for Pupils, Staff, Parents and Carers)
Cost Implication for Schools: No