Overview of RSE Programme 2018-19
Ten Ten’s Relationship and Sex Education programme for Catholic and Church of England secondary schools is an all-year-round programme of formation for students from Year 7 through to Year 13. It comprises of a mixture of cinema-in-education, facilitator-led discussion workshops, assembly plans and lesson plans. By booking Ten Ten’s RSE programme, your staff will grow in confidence teaching delicate issues within a Christian context, and it will help your students to develop healthy relationships rooted in a foundation of love, respect and self-worth.
What? A one-day or two-day visit by Ten Ten to your school using the innovative teaching tool, ‘cinema-in-eduction’. Three different 60-minute sessions in one day or seven 60-minute sessions over the course of two days.
Who? Years 7-13.
When? Bookings available from September 2018 to July 2019
RSE Resource Folder
What? A follow-up programme of resources (assemblies and lesson plans) which deepen learning following the cinema-in-education sessions, linked to CES guidelines for RSE.
Who? Students who attended the RSE Day.
When? A free resource for all ‘RSE Day’ bookings.
Sixth Form session
What? A session ideally suited to Sixth Form Induction, but can be used at any time of the year, exploring friendship, relationships, success, money, work, drugs and alcohol including a 30-minute filmed drama called Common Room.
Who? Year 12 and 13
When? Available as a free download for all ‘RSE Day’ bookings.
The First Monday Blog
What? A monthly blog for teachers in Catholic education about various issues related to delivering Relationship and Sex Education. Available free of charge.
Who? Teachers in Catholic education
When? Continuing on a monthly basis – sign up to receive the blog on the first Monday of the month.