Relationships and Sex Education 3-11
Supporting Children's Development and Well-being
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Whether working in an academy, free schools, faith schools, the independent sector or elsewhere this book supports you to help children to deal with a wide range of relationships issues, meeting the requirements of the new legislation on relationships education for primary aged children as a foundation for relationships and sex education. Drawing on research with teachers about their apprehensions about teaching the subject and children's experience of its delivery, the authors give a full picture of common concerns and difficulties and how to successfully meet them and support children from 3-11, and the transition to secondary school. Topics covered include platonic friendships, developing self-respect and respect for others, and enabling personal choice and safety. Sacha Mason and Richard Woolley explore issues surrounding notions of age and stage development. They discuss how children develop at different rates and that each child is unique in relation to learning in this area. They outline a distinct pedagogical approach to managing children's individual needs for relationships and sex education. They also look at supporting children with SEND when considering how to implement relationships education in primary schools.
This second edition includes new chapters on children's development and needs, and developing inclusive relationships education. The book has been updated throughout with summaries of the latest research, case studies, ideas for developing practice and signposts to key websites and resources. The chapters provide all the support you need to confidently promote children's healthy development.
1. The Historical Context for Relationships and Sex Education
2. The Wider Context
3. The Question of Relationships
4. Exploring Children's Views
5. Adult Concerns about Relationships and Sex Education
6. Children's Development and Needs
7. Children's Difficult Questions
8. Developing Inclusive Relationships Education
9: Where Next?
A comprehensive examination of relationships, sex and sexuality issues faced with children during the early years and primary phases of education.