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Susie March


Susie has worked exclusively with international schools for more than ten years. She has a wealth of experience from across the world in delivering Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) to students and running professional development training for staff. Her holistic and developmentally-appropriate approach to CSE is specific to internationals schools and the unique cultures within which they operate.

She supports and works with school leaders on policy development, curriculum planning and implementation, with the aim of improving CSE teacher training standards through professional development - making teachers confident and skilled in delivering an age-appropriate and whole school approach to the topic.

A Council of International Schools (CIS) Affiliated Consultant, she collaborates with CIS, offering training on strategies for addressing the educational elements of the new Child Protection accreditation standards; these include physical abuse, grooming, online safety, commercial exploitation and disclosure.

Susie is a regular speaker and facilitator at educational conferences hosted by organisations such as ECIS, CIS, AAIE and TAISI.

Susie originally qualified in 1986 as a health professional within the UK’s National Health Service, and specialised in sexual health, women's health and family planning.

British/German, based in London, UK

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