Faith, values and sex and relationships education /

This book offers approaches and strategies for developing sex and relationships policy and practice to help workers engage with and understand the issues.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Blake, Simon.
Corporate Author: Sex Education Forum.
Other Authors: Katrak, Zarine.
Format: eBook
Published: London : National Children's Bureau, 2002.
Series:PSHE & Citizennship Spotlight series.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • 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.