Teaching and Learning About HIV
Subtitle: A Resource for Key Stages 1 to 4
Simon Blake and Paula Power
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Teaching and Learning about HIV spotlights the role that schools can play in providing education and support about HIV. It provides teachers and others working in all schools with a rationale for teaching about HIV, including:
- legislation and guidance on ensuring effective policy development
- background information about HIV and AIDS
- activities for use with children and young people, from Key Stage 1 to 4.
The activities in Teaching and Learning about HIV build on tried and tested techniques that have proved to be successful across the UK. Also included are activities designed for young people with special educational needs and ideas for addressing HIV in different areas of the curriculum, such as Circle Time and Citizenship.
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Formerly the coordinator of the Sex Education Forum, Simon Blake is the now the Director of Brook, the leading sexual health charity for young people. Simon has published several titles with NCB.
Sex Education Forum
Sex, Alcohol and Other Drugs
By Degrees: The First Year
Let's get it right
Taking Care of Education
Assessment, Evaluation and Sex and Relationships Education
Maintaining Children in School
Celebrating Sex and Relationships Education
Addressing Inclusion and Inequalities through PSHE and Citizenship
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