Resources to support the delivery of relationships and sex education to young people with SEN
The relationships we have with one another make up the building blocks of society. But even at the best of times, they can be complicated and difficult to understand. Learners with special educational needs often find it harder to understand what it takes to develop positive, respectful relationships, making them more vulnerable than most. As such, taking the time to develop a tailored RSE programme can be crucial to their wellbeing.
Here, we’ve brought together a selection of top resources offering both guidance and lesson ideas to help you to do just that, as well as support students as they consider the concepts of choice and consent.
Looking for more resources and programmes of study? Why not check out our brand new RSE collection for primary and secondary students!