Training

Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)

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.

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 bespoke or 'in-house' training and support to ensure that they are able to make significant progress in this area.

Please contact colette.holland@mft.nhs.uk for further details.

Please find a full list of training and resources available to support the development of RSE education below.

Manchester Healthy Schools is committed to ensuring good-quality, age-appropriate RSE is available to all children and young people across the city.

Training & Events

Creating LGBT+ Inclusive Schools and Lessons - 27 January 2021

Universal Primary Secondary Special

This half-day course combines two of our most popular training sessions.Part One - Homophobic, Biphobic, Transphobic (HBT) Bullying: This se...

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RSE Policy and Statutory Guidance - 18 November 2020

Universal Primary Secondary Special

This virtual half-day course explores the current Relationships and Sex Education statutory guidance.Primary, secondary and special schools...

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RSE: Safeguarding, Strategies and Sensitive Questions – 10 March 2021

Universal Primary Secondary Special

This course seeks to give all staff the confidence in having those ‘difficult conversations’ with young people around relationships and sex....

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