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Tes FE - 14 February 2020

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How to avoid embarrassment when teaching sex education
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5 confidence tips for teaching sex education

Few teachers relish having to explain to a gaggle of giggling teens what a wet dream is, writes Dan Worth

4 min read 14 Feb 2020
Experts have warned that teaching about mental health can be like walking a tightrope
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Are teachers ready to teach mental health lessons?

Teachers giving lessons on mental health need to tread carefully - and be aware of potential triggers, says Gemma Corby

6 min read 14 Feb 2020
How to answer a PSHE question you don’t know

How to answer a PSHE question you don’t know

As a PSHE teacher, it’s impossible for you to stay up to date on every issue, says Ceri Stokes – just focus on the core content and, if there’s something else you don’t know about, then research it...

3 min read 13 Feb 2020
Don't get caught in the parent trap
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How to lead a successful RSE consultation with parents

Headteachers fear that the obligation to consult parents about their school’s policy for teaching relationships education will create tensions and anxiety for all involved. Grainne Hallahan looks at...

19 min read 14 Feb 2020
Don't feel like a dinosaur when teaching tech-savvy pupils about online safety
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How to teach online safety to tech-savvy students

Don't feel like a dinosaur when teaching online safety - pupils will benefit from your maturity, writes Zofia Niemtus

5 min read 14 Feb 2020
PSHE teaching: what works best?

PSHE teaching: which approach works best?

When PSHE lessons become compulsory from September, schools will be presented with two choices: teach discrete lessons, or embed the content across the curriculum. But which approach does the subject...

7 min read 14 Feb 2020
Schools for scallywags

Why teachers should embrace their inner pirate

You don’t need to brandish a cutlass and shout ‘arrr’ to recognise the enduring fascination pirates hold for children. But, avast ye, teacher folk, says Kester Brewin, there’s more to this...

10 min read 14 Feb 2020
How to avoid embarrassment when teaching sex education
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5 confidence tips for teaching sex education

Few teachers relish having to explain to a gaggle of giggling teens what a wet dream is, writes Dan Worth

4 min read 14 Feb 2020
Experts have warned that teaching about mental health can be like walking a tightrope
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Are teachers ready to teach mental health lessons?

Teachers giving lessons on mental health need to tread carefully - and be aware of potential triggers, says Gemma Corby

6 min read 14 Feb 2020
Don't get caught in the parent trap
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How to lead a successful RSE consultation with parents

Headteachers fear that the obligation to consult parents about their school’s policy for teaching relationships education will create tensions and anxiety for all involved. Grainne Hallahan looks at...

19 min read 14 Feb 2020
Don't feel like a dinosaur when teaching tech-savvy pupils about online safety
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How to teach online safety to tech-savvy students

Don't feel like a dinosaur when teaching online safety - pupils will benefit from your maturity, writes Zofia Niemtus

5 min read 14 Feb 2020