Suitable for: School staff with a responsibility for teaching sex and relationships education to children with special needs in a special, primary or secondary school setting.
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Students with special educational needs or learning difficulties are less likely than their peers to receive effective sex education at home and face a higher than average likelihood of experiencing sexual abuse. It is vital that an effective sex and relationship curriculum is delivered which caters to the individual needs of each student. The course is primarily aimed at special school staff but other colleagues should also find it of use.
Very relevant to all needs in the group. The course leader adapted to a variety of SEN settings very fluently. Letticia Joseph, Phoenix College