Domestic Abuse and Healthy Relationships: RSE Curriculum for Primary Schools

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This course will help you to develop your primary RSE curriculum, with a focus on domestic abuse and healthy relationships.


This is a half day course.


Why should I attend?

This training will help you:

  • To build on current knowledge of the new DfE Guidance on RSE through making specific links to domestic abuse
  • To improve knowledge around the dynamics of abusive relationships, how it impacts children and the pathways to prevention in school settings
  • To improve confidence and ability to create and deliver a spiralling curriculum with a variety of resources on domestic abuse and healthy relationships
  • To audit current whole school approach to domestic abuse in your setting and create an action plan to improve it.


Who should go?

  • Subject leads / coordinators
  • Teachers



There will be no charge for any schools attending this training for schools who are engaged with the local Healthy Schools programme.

Schools who are not engaged will incur a £150 charge for the half day course.



The Vibe, 195-211 Becontree Avenue, Dagenham, RM8 2UT


Additional information

If you can’t attend, or if a colleague will be attending in your place, please inform us as soon as you can before the event.

Cancellations less than five working days before the course may still be charged.


Who to contact

For specific enquiries about this course, please contact the course leader, Liz Lawrence, at:

For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact:


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Alternatively, feel free to give us a call on 020 8227 2636.