Addressing Inclusion and Inequalities through PSHE and Citizenship
Simon Blake and Sue Plant
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Inclusion is at the heart of current children's policy, guidance and practice. This handbook provides advice and support on developing a PSHE and Citizenship curriculum that promotes inclusion through its content and approach. It provides a rationale for promoting inclusion and reducing inequalities, and summarises of the importance of effective policy, participation and partnerships. It will help PSHE and Citizenship coordinators to plan the curriculum and identify the needs of pupils.
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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.
Teaching and Learning About HIV
By Degrees: The First Year
Let's get it right
Laying the Foundations
Maintaining Children in School
Celebrating Sex and Relationships Education
Support Staff in Schools
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