Tag Archives: RSE

Domestic Abuse Awareness and Prevention & RSE Training

1.DOMESTIC ABUSE AWARENESS INSET / TWILIGHT SESSION – 90 min

Target Schools:    All Westminster Schools
For Attention of:  All school staff including School Nurses
Location: Individual School premises
Provider: Health Education Partnership

Booking:  All training is available free to all Westminster school staff.
To book, please email: viktorija.zdanoviciute@healtheducationpartnership.com.

Aims of the training:

  • Increased awareness of the dynamics of an abusive relationship;
  • Increased understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on children, including coercive control;
  • Increased staff confidence in talking to pupils, parents and each other about domestic abuse and healthy/unhealthy relationships openly and safely;
  • Improved knowledge of the support services available to those experiencing domestic abuse and those living with domestic abuse.

 

2. CONFIDENT DELIVERY OF RSE – WITH A KEY FOCUS ON DOMESTIC ABUSE AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS – 3 hours

Target Schools:    All Westminster Schools
For Attention of:  All staff, especially Headteachers, PSHE Coordinators, Healthy School Leads, SENCos, Safeguarding Leads, School Nurses
Dates: 1st of October 2019
Location:  The Grey Coat Hospital, Greycoat Place, Westminster, London SW1P 2DY
Provider:  Health Education Partnership

Booking:  All training is available free to all Westminster school staff.
To book, please use the following link: https://www.research.net/r/BookingForm_ConfidentDeliveryofRSE

Aims of the training:

  • To improve an understanding of good practice in Relationships and Sex education (RSE)
  • To build on existing knowledge of the dynamics of domestic abuse, including signs and symptoms and definition.
  • To improve an overall understanding of the new draft RSE guidance, including making the links between the guidance and domestic abuse.
  • To improve confidence to use a range of resources to support delivery of lessons on domestic abuse and healthy relationships.
  • To create an action plan to improve current whole school approach to domestic abuse.

 

Peer2Peer Education

Contact: 
Heena Njie
Director

Address:
Starting Point
16 Pickering Road
Barking
IG11 8PG

Email Address: heena@p2peducation.co.uk
Mobile:  07908013916
Website:   www.p2peducation.co.uk          

Borough:  LBBD

Provision Summary:  
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

C-Card Condom Distribution Programme

Contact: 
Heather McKelvey
C-Card Coordinator

Address:
Town Hall
Town Square
IG11 7LU

Email Address:  heather.mckelvey@lbbd.gov.uk
Alternative Email Address:   sally.allen-clarke@lbbd.gov.uk
Mobile:  07968511930
Website: http://www.comecorrect.org.uk/Participating.aspxList=1&tabletype=click&ID=9
Alternative Website: www.lbbd.gov.uk

Borough:  LBBD

Provision Summary:
The coordination of the C-Card condom distribution programme for young people aged 13-25 in Barking and Dagenham. Staff are available to run C-Card drop in sessions to sign up young people to the scheme, which allows 13-25 years olds to access free condoms via around 20 outlets in Barking and Dagenham.

Target Group:   Secondary School (for Pupils)

Cost Implication for Schools:  No

Victim Support YP IDSVA Service LBBD

Contact: 
Sophie Rowan
Young Person’s Independent Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocate

Address:
Maritime House
Barking

Email Address:  bdypdomestic.abusereferrals@victimsupport.org.uk
Alternative Email Address:  sophie.rowan@victimsupport.org.uk
Tel No:  02085913498
Mobile: 07803411803

Borough:  LBBD

Provision Summary:
1:1 and group work
Young peoples support
Relationships and sexual health
Domestic and Sexual Violence and CSE exploitation

Target Group:   Secondary School (for Pupils, Staff, Parents and Carers)

Cost Implication for Schools: No

Safer London

Contact: 
Debbie Peel
Young People’s Advocate

Email Address:  debbiepeel@saferlondon.org.uk
Tel No:       02070210301
Mobile No: 07718478647
Website:    www.saferlondon.org.uk

Borough:  LBBD

Provision Summary:
Safer London works with young women at risk of or experiencing CSE. We deliver one to one support and deliver workshops in schools across the borough on various subjects such as healthy relationships and consent. We also deliver professionals training on CSE.

Target Group:   Secondary (for Pupils, Staff, Parents and Carers)

Cost Implication for Schools: No

Free RSE Resource: Abortion Care

The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) have launched a free resource for secondary schools on abortion care to support teachers with relationships and sex education (RSE) lessons.

The joint FSRH-RCOG factsheet aims to ensure that professionals involved in educating young people about pregnancy choices have a factually accurate, unbiased and evidence-based source of information about abortion care in the UK, one of the key points included in the DfE draft RSE guidance. It counters myths such as that abortion causes infertility, breast cancer and mental illness.

The FSRH-RCOG abortion leaflet is officially endorsed by PHE, Sex Education Forum and PSHE Association.

Attached is the fact sheet and an article in the Times which highlights the anti-choice misinformation in some RSE lessons which this factsheet aims to tackle.

Here too is a blog from Lucy Emmerson at SEF which spells out the relevant part of the RSE guidance and how the factsheet will help.

Times Article: 01.31.19 Times abortion factsheet article page 04(1)

Factsheet: fsrh-rcog-abortion-care-factsheet-rse-lessons