How can professionals equip children and young people to make sound life choices, and what are the examples of effective PSHE education? Browse our archive of features and case studies.
Early adolescents should be taught about sexual consent to tackle stereotypical views, says expert.
Harriet Gill, managing director of Coram Life Education, examines guidance on relationships education, relationships and sex education, and health education to be introduced in primary and secondary schools.
Expert outlines issues for school leaders when implementing relationships and sex education reforms.
New guidance sets out what should be taught in relationships and sex education, but questions remain.
As national conception rates for girls under 18 fall, three councils' successful approaches are outlined.
From September 2019 relationships and sex education (RSE) will be a statutory requirement for all schools in England. Young people and adults share their experiences and hopes for a new curriculum.
Personal, social, health and economic education has long been championed as key to teaching children essential life skills, and from 2019 all schools will be required to teach relationships and sex education.
"Age-appropriate" relationships and sex education is to become part of the national curriculum in primary and secondary schools.
What the act means for everyday practice across the children's workforce.
How youth workers can help educate young people about the risks of sharing explicit images.
Why sex and relationships education must be part of compulsory PSHE.
While school leaders warn that the government's Prevent anti-radicalisation programme is stifling debate among pupils, many education experts say that with better training for teachers it will help to reduce risk.
Cyberbullying is on the rise, and can have a devastating impact on young lives. Charlotte Goddard examines the practical steps children's services can take to provide protection and support.
The Roots of Empathy programme aims to help pupils understand their own feelings and those of others. Rowenna Davis visits a primary school in Blackheath, south-east London, to see it in action.
As an independent commission sets out to examine what role youth work can play in formal education, Charlotte Goddard discovers a range of partnerships between youth groups and schools across the country
Volunteering charity is supporting more than 500 young people with learning disabilities or autism to learn about sexual education and lead awareness-raising activities.
Early years staff across Leeds are instilling healthy lifestyles in under-fives' families through obesity-prevention programme.
Medway public health has been working to improve PSHE across most primary and secondary schools.
Girlguiding has trained senior members to become peer educators to younger girls.
Sexual health charity provides sex education for young people with learning disabilities.
Project improves school attendance and attainment among eight- to 11-year-olds and reduces their likelihood of becoming Neet (not in education, employment or training).
Personal, social and health education lessons are ideal for discussing the opportunities and pitfalls presented by social media.
Project prevents drug and alcohol misuse among young people.
Project reduces negative body image issues among primary schoolchildren and increases their self-esteem.
Course raises awareness of domestic abuse among older primary school pupils and promotes healthy relationships.
The pressure to conform and fit in is often at its most acute during the early teenage years.
The authors explore parents' beliefs about underage drinking to find out whether there was a link between their beliefs and their children's alcohol consumption.
This US study assesses the effectiveness of teaching techniques used to discuss online safety and tackle cyberbullying.
This government-commissioned review summarises findings from recent studies of personal wellbeing education and interventions.
This US study looks at how school-based sex and relationships education can be used to tackle high rates of teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
This paper reports on the first large-scale meta-analysis of school-based programmes to promote students' social and emotional development.