Time: 3 Hours
£530

Talking to Primary-Aged Children About Consent

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Who's it for?

This session is for anyone working with children aged 4-11 and offers a cohesive approach to support children to understand ways of being safe. Participants will be provided with a set of resources that can be used directly with children either individually or as a group.

This session supports participants to:

  • Understand the social context around issues of consent
  • Know some ways cover the ‘Being Safe’ content from DoE Relationship Education statutory guidance, including: explaining boundaries, body boundaries & types of touch, communicating & acknowledging consent, being assertive, making safety plans
  • Know some ways to embed issues of body boundaries, safe touch and consent across the whole school

Three-hour interactive webinar or classroom delivery comprised of:

  • Pre-session reading
  • Workbook to be completed with delivery
  • PowerPoint of relevant information
  • case studies relevant to sector participants are from
  • opportunity for discussion

Three-hour interactive webinar or classroom delivery comprised of:

  • Pre-session reading
  • Workbook to be completed with delivery
  • PowerPoint of relevant information
  • case studies relevant to sector participants are from
  • opportunity for discussion

Staff who are required to deliver PSHE lessons sex and relationships, Safeguarding Leads, or anyone who would like to speak to young people about healthy, sexual relationships. 

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“Thankyou ICENA”

Thank you again for today’s training. I can’t remember the last time I came out of training so inspired and ready for action. So often training is death by PowerPoint and with nothing to take away other than worry and concern that you aren’t able to do something. This was so far from that. On the train, I planned two staff training sessions and worked out a program for our Year class and an individual in particular. Never done that before after training. Both sessions were fantastic.

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