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School Resources - Wolverhampton Safeguarding Together

An Ofsted follow-up review into sexual harassment in schools highlighted the severity of the issue. Pupils said they and their peers would have benefited from better education and advice about consent and related topics.

OFSTED Review of sexual abuse in schools and colleges

This page contains useful information and resources for those working in educational settings to support the RSHE (relationships, sex and health education) curriculum.

If you are able to contribute or feel that something is missing please email WST@wolverhampton.gov.uk

Sexwise - honest advice about sexual wellbeing

LBGT inclusivity - equality for everyone

Public Health England - resources to support physical and mental wellbeing

Education for a connected world - helping children to use the internet safely

Sexting: UKCCIS advice for schools on preventative education and managing reports of sexting

Thinkuknow - online safety issues

The Department for Education (DfE) held three webinars in March 2022 focusing on aspects of tackling sexual abuse and harassment in schools and the role of statutory Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE).  These sessions aim to support teachers to address serious issues raised by the Everyone’s Invited website and Ofsted’s review of Sexual Abuse in Schools and Colleges.

Department for Education Sexual Harassment webinars

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