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Relationships and Sex Education Support
The Department for Education has introduced compulsory Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) for secondary pupils from September 2020.
We have and are continuing to develop resources to support teachers providing information and education which contribute towards the learning outcomes of the national RSE 2020 guidance for intimate and sexual relationships for secondary level education.
Our experienced team of practitioners are available to support you with any questions you may have about RSE, as well as providing 1 to 1 support for young people at risk of poor sexual health outcomes. Click here for more information about 1 to 1 support through the Sexual Health Promotion Team.
- RSE 1 & 2
Professionals working with young people may attend a universal training offer - "Talking About Relationships and Sex with Young People RSE 1 and 2 Incorporating ‘Get It On’ Condom Scheme Training".
By attending RSE 1 and 2, practitioners will improve their knowledge and skills enabling them to confidently discuss relationships and sexual health with young people and undertake brief interventions and signposting to specialist services.
- Speakeasy E-Learning
This E-learning module is designed for anyone who has a role, or who will have a role, in supporting young people around growing up, relationships and sexual health. It has been created by the NHS Tayside Speakeasy programme.
Useful links and RSE resources:
If you have any queries about RSE please email us at email@example.com.