Faith, values and sex and relationships education / Simon Blake and Zarine Katrak.
This book offers approaches and strategies for developing sex and relationships policy and practice to help workers engage with and understand the issues.
National Children's Bureau,
|Series:||PSHE & Citizennship Spotlight series.
- Acknowledgements; Introduction; Section 1: Putting SRE, values and the law into context; 1: Finding common ground; 2: Values within sex and relationships education; 3: The legal and policy context for SRE; Section 2: Inclusive SRE: What needs to be in place; 4: Developing SRE policy; 5: Effective consultation; 6: Delivering SRE in the classroom; 7: Linking to other areas of the curriculum; 8: Working in community settings; Section 3: Working with faith perspectives and particular topic areas; 9: Major faiths and perspectives; 10: Delivering SRE on particular topics.
- Section 4: Reviewing and developing SRE policy and practice -an agenda for action11: The step-by-step guide; 12: Working together to develop the policy; Section 5: Appendices; Appendix A: Different views on why children and young people need SRE; Appendix B: Core values and working definitions; Appendix C: Useful organisations; Appendix D: References; Index.