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National Autistic Society Educational Resources for Autism Awareness Week

The National Autistic Society has developed a set of resources for use in primary and secondary schools to help empower students to learn about autism in a positive and evidence-based way to mark Autism Awareness Week.

Resources include videos featuring young people who are autistic, assembly PowerPoints, tutor time activities and posters to put up in the classroom.

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Equality Act 2010 Reading List - Equality and Human Rights Commission

The Equality and Human Rights Commission have made available to professionals a suggested reading list that they can access to find out more about the principles and ways of implementing the principles of the Equality Act 2010 in order to create more inclusive organisations and services.

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National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day Resource Pack - Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board

The Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) has designed a resource pack for National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day, which takes place on the 18th March. The resources include information on online safety, as the LSCB and Lincolnshire Police figures have shown that 60% of CSE cases involve online grooming at the start. The Resource Pack includes suggested tweets, a Safeguarding Briefing and infographics.

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By The Way resource website for young trans, gender-diverse and gender-questioning people

The By The Way website has been designed by young trans, gender-diverse and gender-questioning people attending groups run by GYRO (Gay Youth r’ Out), part of the Young Person’s Advisory Service based in Liverpool for young people who need access to information about gender identity. The website can be shared in secondary PSHE/RSE lessons as part of empowering young people to talk positively about LGBT+ Inclusion and can be shared by Pastoral Care leaders with students who require support.

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"Take 5! Five Simple Ways to Better Mental Health and Wellbeing Written for and by LGBTU Young People" Allsorts Youth Project Guide

An innovative and thought-provoking guide exploring self-care written by LGBTU young people participating in youth groups run by the Allsorts Youth Project in West Sussex. The guide can be used by LGBTU young people to develop self care strategies to help them cope with the challenges that they are currently facing and may face in their future lives with confidence to help improve their mental health and emotional wellbeing.

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NSPCC World Book Day Booklist 2019

A comprehensive booklist for secondary school teachers to explore for World Book Day, which takes place on the 7th March. Book recommendations include “Don’t worry, be happy: a child’s guide to overcoming anxiety” by Poppy O’ Neil and “Ethical research with children: untold narratives and taboos” by Sarah Richards.

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Holocaust Memorial Day Activity Pack for Schools and Youth Organisations 2019

The Holocaust Memorial Trust has created an activity pack for use in schools and youth organisations, filled with suggestions for lesson plans, assemblies and other events to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2019. This year’s theme is “Torn Apart”, asking people to think about the effects that being forced to leave one’s home because of the threat of persecution or genocide has on the mental and physical health of refugees and asylum seekers and survivors of genocide.

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Childline Emotional Wellbeing and Online Safety Resources for U12s

A new website from Childline which provides children aged 12 and under with an online space to talk about their emotional wellbeing and raise any concerns about online safety. It includes creative activities, mood trackers, information on bullying and emotional abuse and provides access to an online counsellor.

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Terrence Higgins Trust Relationships and Sex Education Campaign

Young people want RSE but they aren’t always getting it. Our research shows that one in seven did not receive any RSE in school at all. 

The quality of RSE varies across Britain, with LGBT issues still not consistently taught as part of RSE.

In England, RSE is only compulsory in maintained secondary schools, but the subject is due to become compulsory in all schools from September 2020. 

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