- Child Safeguarding
- Sexual health and relationships, Consent, Peer pressure, Parental neglect
- Guidance for swearing and sexual references
Level of Complexity: Advanced
- Differentiation applies depending on the audience
- Trainer to develop the questions accordingly
- The young person develops a possible vaginal infection
- Experiences peer pressure and non-peer pressure to fulfil her promise
- Young person agrees to lose her virginity to her boyfriend
- The young person’s situation is picked up by school staff but not acted upon
- Unable to seek help, the young person feels trapped
- Peer pressure
- Social media
- Personal health
- Age of consent
- Body image
- Importance of Sexual Health and Relationships Education
- To recognise the vulnerabilities of young people
- Peer pressure
- To explain parental responsibility and role
- To explain school responsibility and role
- To describe the legal implications of consent / coercive control
- What is the requirement in your area / district for sex and relationships education?
- Which professionals have a key role in supporting and educating young people?
- How can we educate young people to be peer support?
- What is the influence of social media and what can we do to counter this?
- What is the parental responsibility?
- Is there a role for the local authority in monitoring establishments which provide piercing/waxing?
- All children service workers
- School mentors/pastoral staff
- School nurses
- Young people ( appropriate age)
- Youth workers
- Elected Members
- Licensing officers
- One to one
- Group training
- Awareness event
- Parent/child healthy relationships education
- Clarification of legal implications – sexting , piercing