Recent surveys in Camden have showed that over 50% of Year 8 and Y10 students see schools as their main source of SRE and over a quarter of Year 6 pupils worry about body changes.

Helping your school teach an effective SRE curriculum;

Schools therefore, have an important role in SRE and with training and support, can provide effective SRE which will help, not only, to prepare pupils for the physical and emotional changes that take place at puberty, but also provide an opportunity to talk about feelings and relationships and to develop the skills necessary for respectful and happy relationships and for keeping themselves safe.

The benefits :

• Ideas, advice and support for a well-planned and high-quality SRE curriculum
• Access to Camden’s primary scheme of work and a secondary overview
• Expert information and advice on what is essential to teach
• Training on SRE from experienced and well-respected professionals
• Support on involving parents
• Strong partnership with specialist services that can support SRE in schools
• Expert advice on an SRE policy that complies with national guidance and legislation

We have some specific planned offers and can also provide bespoke support for individual schools. As far as possible training and support will be followed up to embed the learning in the school

This offer is fully funded for Camden Maintained Schools, costs for non Camden or Independent Schools available on request.

Consultancy and support is provided by the Senior Adviser for Health and Wellbeing from the Health and Wellbeing Team within the Learning, School Improvement and Partnership Team


  • Planning effective SRE
  • Reviewing your SRE policy
  • Support in the classroom
  • Reviewing your SRE policy
  • Parent meetings


  • Teaching SRE from Year 1 to Year 6.


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