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The Tackling Stalking and Harassment Conference 2024

The Tackling Stalking and Harassment Conference 2024

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The Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 2024

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The Public Rights of Way Conference 2024: Improving and Maintaining Public Paths

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The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Conference 2024

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Government Update: Guidance on Teaching Age-Appropriate Relationships, Sex and Health Education

In March 2023, Rishi Sunak ordered a review of sex education in schools. This government update discusses the current guidance in place regarding relationships and sex education in both primary and secondary schools. It further outlines government proposals for updating the guidance and introduces the advisory panel which has been assembled to assess the curriculum in place.

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Creating an LGBTQ+ Inclusive RSHE Curriculum

In 2020, the Department for Education introduced compulsory Relationships and Sex Education for secondary school pupils. Nick Dunne, Head of Business Development at Brook discusses the need for teachers to create sensitive and age-appropriate curriculums that are inclusive of LGBTQ+ experiences.

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Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online: Are we Teaching Facts or Fallacies?

Mark Bentley from the London Grid for Learning questions whether we are teaching facts or fallacies, in regard to the safety of children and young people online.

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Providing Effective Relationships Education: Giving Children the Best Chance of Enjoying Healthy Relationships

We spoke to Professor Emma Bond and Professor Andy Phippen of the NSPCC, discussing how can we provide children and young people with the relationships education they need to enjoy healthy and fulfilling relationships.

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Sexting and Child Sexual Imagery: How Should Public Services Respond?

Are children being left vulnerable due to outdated 'sexting' legislation? We spoke with two experts to find out more.

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