Learning for rights, respect and relationships
Every child and young person in Scotland is entitled to learning experiences that allow them to develop knowledge, skills and understanding of relationships, sexual health and parenthood. This PINS seminar allowed us to explore the experiences and needs of children and young people; what the new Curriculum for Excellence means to learning in this area and the importance of parents.
You can download the PowerPoint presentations from the day below and also access a number of relevant and useful reports and resources from the links below.
Sexual health and relationships: What are the experiences and the needs of Scotland’s most vulnerable children and young people? Dr. Marion Henderson: (MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit) and Moray Paterson (Programme Leader, NHS Health Scotland) presented. Download the presentation HERE
Curriculum for Excellence: What does it mean for Sex and Relationships Education? A local authority perspective. Louise Anusas from West Dunbartonshire Council presented. Louise was part of the LTS writing team working on Health and wellbeing experiences and outcomes. A PowerPoint of this presentation is available but too big to download (over 20mb) . Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a copy mailed to you.
What about parents? The challenges and opportunities of working with parents and carers as co-educators. Kristine Boyle from fpa Speakeasy presented on the project’s work and encouraged delegate to think about the challenges faced. Download presentation HERE
This publication might also be of interest:
Health and Wellbeing experiences and outcomes from A Curriculum for Excellence: Essential reading for everyone involved in education about sex, relationships and parenthood. More HERE