Teaching Sexual Representations Online in Line with RSE Requirements

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Teaching Sexual Representations Online in Line with RSE Requirements

This webinar will provide headteachers, curriculum leaders and teaching staff with practical guidance and advice on understanding, planning and delivering lessons around sexual representation online in line with statutory RSE curriculum requirements.

As part of the DfE ‘Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education’ statutory guidance, all students in secondary school should be taught about sexually explicit material and the impact this can have, such as presenting a distorted picture of sexual behaviours, damaging the way people see themselves in relation to others and negatively affecting behaviour towards sexual partners.

In this webinar, RSE expert Rebecca Jennings, who has over 18 years’ experience delivering age-appropriate relationship and sex education to schools, discusses the importance of teaching sexual representation online to students and how to develop a classroom environment where they are able to confidently and openly ask questions.

Learning Outcomes

  • Ensuring that the teaching of sexual representation online complies with DfE statutory guidance and curriculum expectations.

  • Identifying the different ways young people can encounter sexual representations online and the effects this can have on their sexual attitudes, beliefs and behaviours.

  • Understanding the importance of teaching young people at different ages about sexual representation online and developing a culture of openness and transparency.

  • Understanding how to approach the planning and delivery of classes that address sexual representations online with knowledge and confidence.

  • Recognising the importance of engaging and supporting staff to feel assured enough to discuss and deliver lessons in an age-appropriate and sensitive manner.

Rebecca Jennings

About The Expert

Rebecca Jennings

Experienced author, trainer & broadcaster, specialising in relationship and sex education.
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