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Working with  CSE Facilitators

In truth, best practice CSE is not delivered, it is facilitated. CSE curriculum needs to be managed by Faculty and facilitated by a well-trained team of staff - comfortable and knowledgeable with the subject.

For this to take place, the facilitators must have an up-to-date understanding of the issues children, young people and their parents are facing in modern media-connected society.

In addition, they must have factual knowledge of CSE topics and the strategies and skills to lead "active learning" through student-led enquiry using a wide range of methodologies and evaluation of practice.


We provide participatory training and support staff to deliver quality CSE in the following:


Skills and competencies

  • Able to correct misconceptions and challenge harmful attitudes

  • Understand the cultural and religious diversity of their students

  • Explore own values and attitudes on sexuality, gender and equality and align with a whole-school approach

  • Facilitate meaningful student needs assessment

  • Experiential/active learning and facilitation skills

  • Create sessions that are developmentally appropriate

  • Create a nurturing and safe working environment for learning including SEN



  • Whole school approach, values and principles underpinning CSE

  • Ongoing emotional, social and physical development of students

  • Accurate and factual knowledge of CSE topics

  • Legal aspects from the local context

  • CSE and Child Protection policies including confidentiality and reporting

  • The integrated biological, social and emotional elements of CSE

  • LGBTQ, equality and inclusivity

  • Monitoring, assessment and evaluation strategies


Continuous professional development

  • Upskilling key staff

  • Model and share best practice

  • Partnership with in-house and local facilities to support learning in CSE

  • Develop knowledge about sexual rights, sexual health and new technologies influencing CSE

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