Key principles of effective prevention education
- produced by the PSHE Association on behalf of CEOP.
This report outlines 11 key principles that support effective prevention education with regards to online safety.
Evidence review on good practice in prevention education Produced in partnership with Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), this report outlines 11 key principles of effective practice in prevention education. These principles will help PSHE education professionals to teach high-quality online safety education as part of their broader PSHE programmes.
PSHE association - key principles of affective preventative education
Quality PSHE and Attainment
The first document below outlines the link between pupil’s mental health and wellbeing and attainment.. This briefing for head teachers, governors and staff in education settings has been published by Public Health England. The second document outlines the links between the relationship between outstanding schools and outstanding PSHE education and is published by The PSHE Association. Both documents are good sources of evidence to support the development of PSHE in schools and I would recommend you share these with your SLT and PSHE Governor.
The link between pupil health and wellbeing and attainment
The link between outstanding schools and outstanding PSHE Education