Ten things students DON’T want in their PSHE lessons
Relationships, sex, and health education may have been statutory in English state schools since 2020 but students are not always impressed with what is being delivered. From too many videos to topic overkill, young people tell us what to avoid.
Sexual abuse and sexual harassment - the place of PSHE
With an increased focus on women's safety, sexism, misogyny, sexual abuse and harassment in secondary schools; what's the role of PSHE?
Keeping Children Safe in Education Updates for September 2020
DfE updates to Keeping Children Safe in Education Guidance for September 2020
Training where you want, when you want
Flexible online training to avoid the dreaded twilight
Assessment and Personal Development Education
Assessing pupils' personal development has always carried a certain degree of controversy and has often been avoided by schools because of the 'tricky' nature of assessing this subject. Now there is more emphasis on this type of assessment brought about by UK governments, so many schools are having to get to grips with it. This blog highlights Chameleon PDE's stance on assessment and why we feel our assessment system is easy, flexible and appropriate.
DfE Extension to statutory Relationships, Sex and Health Education
Due to Covid-19, the DfE have announced an extended timescale for schools to have their Relationships, Sex and Education curriculum in place.