Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)
Teaching Body Parts, Positive Puberty & Body Diversity 
Our aim is for schools to ensure good-quality, ageappropriate RSE is available to all children and young people. We aim to increase teachers’ confidence in the delivery of RSE in the classroom through the provision of quality assured training and resources.
Manchester Healthy Schools is committed to ensuring goodquality, age-appropriate RSE is available to all children and young people across the city.
Training is offered to schools to ensure good quality, age appropriate RSE to all children and young people. The training aims to increase teachers’ confidence in the delivery of RSE in the classroom.
Training is delivered in a practical manner to enable participants to experience the curriculum through experiential learning.
Our universal training is available for all schools that have completed the Health Check.
Schools that have prioritised RSE this year will have access to a wider selection of ‘in-house’ training and support to ensure that they are able to make significant progress in this area.
Please find a full list of training available to support the development of RSE education below.
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1 year (4 x 3 hour sessions throughout the year)
We offer bespoke training courses. Please contact us for more information
I just wanted to message you to thank you for the video. It was really interesting, incredibly informative and it covered everything. I honestly don't think I have ever sat through a whole CPD session with such interest! You're very good at your job :-)
As a class teacher, I now feel much more enlightened and able to develop my own lessons and as the PSHE lead, I feel that I can now support the staff.
So that's what I wanted to say! A big thank you :-)
I just wanted to say thank you for delivering your session yesterday, so many different members of staff said it was a brilliant refresher, and some things you covered they took for granted. One said that it was important for them to change their lessons to be inclusive e.g. changing names of characters in their scenarios. On the whole, I think the staff left feeling much more confident!
A range of resources, including lesson plans and activity ideas, have been developed to enable you to deliver good quality RSE in school.
If you are signed up to Manchester Healthy Schools you can log in and download our I Matter curriculum and access further resources in RSE.
Schools not signed up to Manchester Healthy Schools can still access national reports and guidance which we hope will be useful to improve RSE and safeguarding in school.
If you are a school engaged with us we suggest that you log in prior to viewing resources so these can be recorded in your school dashboard.
If you are struggling to find resources around a related topic area, please do get in touch to let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Young people who are questioning their sexuality and/or gender identity, or have realised they are LGBT+, may have many questions. They might not feel comfortable asking you these questions, and/or you may not feel prepared to answer all of their questions. Proud Connections can help! Please use these posters to signpost people, (young people and the adults who support them), to the Proud Connections chat service, where they can speak confidentially to an experienced youth worker.
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