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From September 2020, government legislation requires all secondary schools to teach Relationships and Sex Education (RSE or SRE). Whether you have a well-established teaching programme or are just starting out, DO… can help.

From September 2020, government legislation requires all secondary schools to teach Relationships and Sex Education (RSE or SRE). Whether you have a well-established teaching programme or are just starting out, DO… can help.
Make RSE classes more engaging - Relationships, Consent & Safer Sex.
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Make RSE classes more engaging - Relationships, Consent & Safer Sex.

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These useful exercises have been created to enhance the DO… lesson plans. Relationships (is designed to work with lesson plan 3) - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/lesson-plan-3-love-12068904 Consent (is designed to work with lesson plan 4) - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/lesson-plan-4-communication-consent-and-sex-12068908 Safer sex (is designed to work with lesson plan 5)- https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/lesson-plan-5-safer-sex-12068912 They can help make RSE classes more engaging. You can download our full range of resources here - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/DurexDO
The misleading messages we receive about love and relationships - Lesson plan 3
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The misleading messages we receive about love and relationships - Lesson plan 3

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It’s often said that porn teaches incorrect and misleading messages about sex. This may well be true, particularly around consent, communication and how to have enjoyable sex. However, the messages that we receive about love and relationships from TV, films, books, pop songs and from each other can be just as misleading. You can view our full range of resources here - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/DurexDO
How we "should" behave,  relationships and sex- Lesson plan  2
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How we "should" behave, relationships and sex- Lesson plan 2

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We are given lots of rules about how we ‘should’ behave and how we ‘should’ have relationships and sex. Many of these rules relate to gender, and are based on various ideas. You can download our full set of resources - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/DurexDO
How we feel about ourselves and our relationships, let's start with you - Lesson plan 1
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How we feel about ourselves and our relationships, let's start with you - Lesson plan 1

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How we feel about ourselves can have a huge effect on how we have (or don’t have) relationships with people. If we regularly feel ‘not good enough’ or invisible or rejected, then we may not be great at looking after ourselves and those around us. This can place us in relationships or encounters which may neglect our needs, rather than take care of them. This is at the core of many issues in relationships and sex. You can download our full range of resources here - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/DurexDO
Finding the right balance & safer sex - Lesson plan 5
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Finding the right balance & safer sex - Lesson plan 5

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Finding the right balance. Although they value it, young people consistently say that their relationships and sex education was too much about safer sex and not enough about relationships, emotions and themselves. Safer sex is an important topic but it’s important that it doesn’t overwhelm a balanced programme. You can view our full range of resources here - https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/DurexDO
Lesson guidance
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Lesson guidance

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This section will provide you with some top tips and techinques for great relationships and sex education (RSE) delivery. It provides useful information, incluiding: how to establish ground rules, dealing with confidentiality, supporting young people where they are at, answering questions adn how to evaluate your RSE lessons. It will also help you develop some of your own ideas to use throughout your RSE lessons.