Relationships and Sex Education at Broughton Hall
As part of Broughton Hall's spiral PSHE curriculum this half term Year 7 pupils are learning about puberty, FGM and healthy relationships. during their PSHE lessons and through additional sessions delivered virtually by Brook. The first Brook session delivered on Thursday 29th April was enthusiastically received by all our students who had lots of interesting questions to ask the presenters Lucy and Julie-Ann e.g.
How long does a period last for?
How does milk get made in the breast?
Why can't you get milk from the shop for the baby?
Where does a baby come out?
What is circumcision?
Can tampons cause infection?
Students were given feminine hygiene packs and also given information about how they can access information, advice and guidance about any of these topics via the following agencies:
What is the most common age you can get gender dysphoria?
Get help and advice about a wide range of issues, call us on 0800 1111, talk to a counsellor.
Free, confidential sexual health services for people aged 24 and under in Liverpool.
Support for transgender, non-binary and gender diverse children, young people and their families.
Tackle 'honour' based practices and harmful practices.