Register now for a free session ‘How To Talk To Your Child About Pornography’ for parents and carers of children in Catholic schools in England and Wales. Commissioned by the Catholic Education Service (CES), this session will be available on 11th January 2024 and will be available to stream, in school, at three different times of the day. This session should be hosted by your school and parents invited in to participate.
What is the Parent Session?
The Parent Session is a free online resource for parents and carers of children in Catholic schools in England and Wales created by Ten Ten Resources. It is designed to help parents talk to children about pornography, a topic that can be challenging and sensitive, but also a very important one to discuss. The session will be delivered as a live stream at your school, and is for parents and carers who have children in KS2 and KS3.
This session aims to:
- Explain why it is necessary to address the topic of pornography with your child
- Demonstrate how the Life to the Full Primary and Secondary programmes cover the topic of pornography in a Catholic context
- Give practical suggestions to help talk to your own child about pornography in a respectful and age-appropriate way
How will it work?
This is an opportunity for schools to invite parents in, to watch the live stream together.
The session will last approximately an hour and include opportunities for short times of discussions. Schools will be provided with support and guidance on how to host the session within their own setting.Register now
How should schools invite parents to attend?
The way you communicate with parents is up to you, but we have provided a template letter and a promo video that you might like to use.
Watch the promo video for parents now, which explains more about the session. Once your school signs up to host the session, you will be able to access the letter and video to use as part of your invitation to parents.Register now