The PSHE Association have worked with the Home Office on creating fully updated PSHE education resources to support the government’s Disrespect NoBody campaign.
The campaign, and resources, aim to help young people understand and maintain healthy relationships while learning about consent and what constitutes controlling behaviour, violence and abuse.
By promoting healthy attitudes and behaviours at an early age, the campaign seeks to challenge damaging ones and prevent the onset of domestic violence in adults in the long term.
These free resources will support you to help young people develop key PSHE skills and attributes such as empathy, respect, communication and negotiation so that they can enjoy healthy relationships as they grow up and in adulthood.
The PSHE Association has worked with the Home Office to update and streamline the lesson plans, guidance and activities for 2018, following helpful feedback from our members. The pack includes the following materials which can be easily integrated into your PSHE education planning:
- A campaign discussion guide
- Discussion guides, lesson plans and ready-made template slide decks on three topics: relationship abuse, sharing sexual images and consent
- Interactive classroom activities, including agony aunt responses, true or false questions and myth busting activities