"Sarah has worked with the school over a number of years and always offered staff excellent advice on all matters related to PSHCE.  Each year she has delivered a carefully planned series of PSHCE sessions to all children from Reception to Year 6 and made a very significant impact on their understanding, specifically in how they look after themselves and understand how they grow and change from birth to adulthood.  Sarah’s medical knowledge and experience makes her very well suited to supporting children in an open, honest and sensitive way." Jane Scown-Head teacher Indian Queens CP Primary School


All children and young people should be given the opportunity to make their own informed decisions about their health and sexuality through excellent PSHE education to enable them to celebrate their differences, prepare them for adulthood and to give them the tools to protect themselves through their childhood and the rest of their lives


Child Protection

Any personal disclosures, are dealt with appropriately. Child protection issues are addressed following a School's own Child Protection procedures. Wherever possible the young person is encouraged to talk with their parents /guardians.

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