This is an optional lesson which asks students to debate issues around sexual orientation. This is included in the diocese's "Love & Sex Matters" material as it was recommended under the curriculum review undertaken in 2010 (by the previous Government) that this topic be covered in KS3.
How would you deal with pregnancy? This is a resource to promote discussion around the issues of abortion and rights.
New resources are available for relationships and sex education in a context of Christian values. They have been compiled by the Bristol and Salisbury dioceses, together with the charity Hope’s Place.
Packs for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 are being published for summer term 2010, with KS1 and KS4 resources to follow.
The DCYP's course programme for 2012-13 is now available to download here and the website is ready to take bookings here. An exciting range of courses at highly competitive rates is planned for headteachers, senior staff, teachers, governors, clergy and TAs/HLTAs.
How is education about relationships and sex developing, and what are the best resources available? This article gives examples from "Love and Sex Matters" published by Salisbury Diocese with the assistance of people in Bristol Diocese.
"My personal hope is that the new generation of relationship and sex education materials will lead our children and young people to be better protected," wrote Katy Staples.
You can read more about our resources including "Love and Sex Matters" here.