Research and analysis

Learning about healthy relationships, abuse and consent

This Ofsted good practice example shows how girls learn to develop high self-esteem and skills to negotiate healthy, happy relationships.

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Notre Dame RC School: good practice example

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Notre Dame RC School: good practice example

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‘Teach them what they need for life’ is the message of Saint Julie Billiart, founder of the Sisters of Notre Dame and is a message that permeates the personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) curriculum at Notre Dame. Its core theme includes supporting the development of high self-esteem and the skills to negotiate healthy, happy relationships now and in the future.