Support and Resources
How to access the curriculum
The curriculum is housed on Brook Learn, Brook's own e-learning platform.
In order to access the curriculum, you will first need to register with Brook Learn:
1. Visit learn.brook.org.uk
2. Register to the site by “creating a new account”
3. Activate your account via the automatic email (check your spam folder if nothing appears in your inbox)
You do not need to register for a new Brook Learn account if you have one already. Don't worry if you've forgotten your password: you can reset it here.
If you have any issues registering, please contact the online helpdesk at helpdesk.onclick.co.uk
Once you have registered on Brook Learn:
1. Login to learn.brook.org.uk using the details set up at registration
2. Select the Cornwall button from the homepage or visit learn.brook.org.uk/cornwall
3. Select the year group you will be working with
4. Enter your school enrolment key. This is a 6 digit number. All schools were sent these but if you can't find yours contact Healthy Schools.
5. Select your term to access lesson plans and accompanying resources
6. Once you have had the opportunity to explore and use the curriculum, please complete short evaluation questionnaire
Q&A Session Recordings
We have recorded the Q&A sessions to capture the valuable information discussed and make it available at your convenience. Below are the recorded sessions to date which are themed based on the questions we have received. The powerpoint presentations used within these sessions are available from the Health Schools team on request.
Q&A Session 4 - 19.11.20 - The Recovery Curriculum
Healthy Schools are keen to continue supporting schools in the new year through networking sessions of a similar format and we welcome schools' involvement.
If you are a PSHE lead or involved in implementing the new CIOS curriculum and are keen to join us, maybe to share best practice or if you have a question you would like answering, please contact Healthy Schools.
Frequently Asked Questions
Since the PSHE programme webinar the Healthy Schools team and Brook have been busy developing the supporting resources that compliment the programme. One such resource is the Frequently Asked Questions document which you helped us compile by posing your questions during the webinar. These questions and those that have come into Brook and ourselves since have been collated and answered and are available here.
Parent & Carer Blogs
To help schools build positive relationships and understanding with their parents and carers regarding their taught PSHE curriculum a range of audio and written blogs have been developed for you to use. To access them please click on the link below:
Our colleagues at Headstart Kernow have also been doing some amazing work developing their Online Resilience Podcasts. These include discussing scenarios and case studies of possible situations faced by children and young people and how professionals or parents/carers may choose to handle them. To find out more and to access the podcasts click here.
Curriculum guidance documents
Useful links and resources
From the modules
- Statutory guidance
- PSHE Association: Whole School Approach to PSHE
- PSHE Association: Roadmap to RSE
- Anna Freud Centre: Whole School Approach to Mental Health
- PSHE Association: Programme of study key stages 1-5
- Action for Happiness
- Values in Action: Bringing Character Strengths to Life
- Living life to the full
- Equality Act Guidance for Schools
- Schools Equality Duty Human Rights Commission
- Schools and students health education unit
- Cornwall JSNA
- Cornwall One Vision Partnership Plan
- AYPH: Key data on young people’s health
- PSHE Association - PSHE Framework for Professional Development NQTs
- Teaching Standards
- Teachers’ Standards overview
- How to use the standards
- PSHE Association: 10 Principles of Effective PSHE
- Early Career Framework
- Sex Education Forum: Monitoring and Evaluating RSE: the basics
- PSHE Association: PSHE education and Young People’s Voices
- PSHE Association: The LGBT Consortium Factsheets
- PSHE Association: Stonewall and PSHE Association Best Practice Guidance
- The Proud Trust: LGBT+ Training and Resources
- PSHE Association: PSHE Guide for parents educating at home
- NCB: Guidance on involving parents
- Anna Freud Centre: Parent/Carer Engagement
- Understanding RSHE: Parents Guide Primary
- Undersanding RSHE: Parents Guide Secondary
- Support in Cornwall: Local Offer for SEND support directory
- SEND Information, Advice and Support Service
- Brook: Free RSE resources