Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) plays an important part in the learning of young people with disabilities, yet is often neglected. This seminar, based on 35 years of experience in the field of RSE, seeks to address the issues in the delivery of this subject in schools, ensuring that young people with additional needs are enabled to lead happy, successful and safe lives. It examines the training of staff, work with parents and suitable resources for teachers to use.
David S Stewart is former Head Teacher of Oak Field School, Nottingham. The school is an all age school providing for pupils with severe and profound learning and/or physical disabilities. David has led on RSE for over 35 years and the school has a national reputation for its work. He has provided training nationally and supported the creation of resources. He is an honorary doctor of the University of Nottingham and Deputy Lieutenant of the County.
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