Implementation of comprehensive relationships and sex education is underpinned by an approach with a highly qualified understanding of the subject, and a professional, positive and inclusive attitude.
The quality of comprehensive sex and relationships education at any educational establishment rests in a successful approach to implementation. There is clear evidence that a whole school approach is paramount when aiming to achieve a coordinated and supported proposition to this value-laden subject. A whole school approach examines how students learn on a holistic level and offers a cohesive, collective and strategic perspective on comprehensive relationships and sex education and improves student learning, behaviour and wellbeing.
Identifying goals and objectives
Addressing systemic challenges
Developing a common values framework
Advising leadership and administrators
Reviewing and improving policies
Identifying gaps in curricula
Suggestions to ensuring regulatory compliance with national and international standards
Student needs assessment
Upskilling staff competencies