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Evidence:

Please find below a list of evidence-based reports, guidance and policies that have all been used to help inform and support the All About Me programme and promote the healthy sexual development of children. 

  • UNESCO (2018). International technical guidance on sexuality education: An evidence-informed approach’.
  • Sex Education Forum, National Children’s Bureau (2018). ‘Principles of good RSE: 12 key points for good RSE’.
  • Barnardo’s (2018). ‘Involve us, respect us: Engaging young people in relationships and sex education’.
  • Brook & CEOP (2018). ‘Digital Romance: A research project exploring young people’s use of technology in their romantic relationships and love lives’.
  • IPPF (2016). ‘Putting sexuality back into Comprehensive Sexuality Education: making the case for a rights-based, sex-positive approach’.
  • Sex Education Forum, National Children’s Bureau (2016). ‘Heads or Tails? – what young people are telling us about SRE’.
  • Women’s & Equalities Committee Report (2016). ‘Sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools’. 
  • Department for Health (2013). ‘Developing strong relationships and supporting positive sexual health’.
  • Ofsted (2013). ‘Not yet good enough: personal, social, health and economic education in schools’.

Additional policies and guidance that have influenced the All About Me programme

  • Keeping Children Safe in Education
  • Behaviour & Discipline in Schools
  • Equality Act 2010
  • SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 years
  • Mental Health & Behaviour in Schools
  • Sexting in Schools & Colleges: responding to incidents & safeguarding young people (UK Council for Child Internet Safety 2016)
  • Sexual Harassment & Sexual Violence between Children in Schools & Colleges (DfE Dec 2017)
  • DfE Relationships Education, Relationship & Sex Education & Health Education Guidance 2019