Our vision is for every child and adult to be able to realise their individual potential, enjoy positive relationships and live healthy and fulfilled lives. Schools play a vital role in preparing children and young people for healthy, dependable relationships throughout their lives. Evidence shows that by prioritising relationships in every area of school life, schools can improve many things - including mental health, staff retention, parent engagement, behaviour and academic performance.
This page has resources to support School Leaders and educationalists to help young people to achieve the healthy dependable relationships they need to thrive.
The Principles are an essential tool for school leaders to improve the wellbeing of the school community by putting relationships at the heart of everything they do and can support the compulsory Relationship Sex and Health Education curriculum.
The Thriving pupils, thriving school community resource has been developed to support school leaders to apply The Principles of Excellence in Relationships Education within their school communities.
As well as the free downloadable resources in this section we also have a range of resources to support emotional health in education settings: from childcare to secondary and beyond, in our shop.
Quality assured by the PSHE Association and developed with chart-topping rapper Nick Brewer this Key Stage 3 resource gives young people the opportunity to consider commitment and its importance to healthy dependable relationships.
Produced with award-winning educational resource TrueTube, this free resource aimed at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 learners centres on the real-life experiences of four diverse and inclusive families filmed in their homes and communities.
Developed with RSHE consultant Catherine Kirk, these two Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 lessons encourage young people to explore their own and others values around relationships and become agents for change in order to challenge unhelpful messages and representation of relationships in the media.
A resource for parents of KS3 and KS4 pupils that helps them have supportive and productive conversations with their children about relationships, including how to support their child’s learning in school.
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