#SeeTheChains - It is never ok to feel chained to your partner

25th November, 2019

Funded by Norfolk County Community Safety Partnership are delighted to offer a FREE resource supporting schools to deliver high-quality, effective education in recognising and responding to teenage relationship abuse.

This resource will provide a flexible teaching tool for time-pressured teachers in secondary schools, supporting to deliver effective healthy relationships education that is relevant to the current needs of young people growing, learning and living in a modern world.

All pupils have a right to receive effective, inclusive and relevant healthy relationships education that directly meets their needs, taught through accessible resources with non-judgemental approaches. This resource has been written to meet the needs of all pupils, irrespective of their academic abilities, personal beliefs or lived experiences. It is therefore suitable to be used in a wide variety of educational settings.

Forming a complete scheme of work to teach healthy relationships throughout key stage 3 and key stage 4 that draws on evidence-based strategies, compliant with national legislation and guidance. It supports schools to deliver a spiral programme of healthy teenage relationships education that forms part of the statutory Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education guidance. Each year group has 3 activities that take approx. 20 minutes each to complete. They can be combined to deliver as an explicit lesson, the delivered individually during tutor time or adapted for use in assemblies. It provides pupils with opportunities to develop their understanding of relationships in a developmental way, building on prior learning relevant to each year group.

The resource guides teachers through structured learning activities that encourage pupils to rehearse the skills that are required to apply their healthy relationships education safely in the real world, including opportunities for them to consider their own values, attitudes and opinions, as well as those of their peers, so they can thrive as individuals and productive members of society.

Assessment of relationships education should be as rigorous as in any other curriculum subject, to ensure that the lessons are relevant, meeting the needs of all pupils and that enough progress is being made. The challenge is to assess through implicit methods to avoid creating barriers to engagement within healthy relationships lessons. As such, assessment needs to feel like participation in a learning activity. This resource provides creative assessment activities for every lesson.

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