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RSE Teaching Awards

With Relationships and Sex Education becoming statutory in all schools from September 2020 it’s time to put the spotlight on excellent teaching in the subject. We are delighted to launch the RSE Teaching Awards.

Take a look at the entry form below and get your nomination in by 31 May 2019.

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Relationships and Sex Education:Teaching Awards

Celebrating excellence in teaching RSE 

2019 Entry Form

With Relationships and Sex Education becoming statutory in all schools from September 2020 it’s time to put the spotlight on excellent teaching in the subject. We are delighted to launch the RSE Teaching Awards.


Enjoyable and useful RSE lessons depend on excellent teaching in the subject. We are calling for nominations for confident, knowledgeable and creative teachers of RSE. This summer, awards will be given for:

  • Best RSE teacher 2019 – primary

  • Best RSE teacher 2019 – secondary

  • Best RSE teacher 2019 – special school

A judging panel including young people will decide on the winner, to be announced on RSE Day, 27 June 2019.


Pupils, parents, governors/trustees and school staff can nominate a teacher of RSE.


To make your nomination please compete this form and send it to us by 31st May 2019 – preferably by email to sexedforum@ncb.org.uk or by post to SEF, WeWork 115 Mare Street, London E8 4RU.  







Please use this space to explain, in up to 250 words, why you are nominating this teacher / educator? You might like to tell us:
  • About a topic that they teach brilliantly
  • How they make lessons enjoyable and safe to take part in
  • The topics they cover, and why these are important and relevant to children and young people
  • How the work done in RSE lessons is shared with other people. This might be sharing with parents, pupils in other classes or year groups, or another school.  
  • How the person nominated works with other school staff so that RSE is a team effort 
  • For more inspiration have a look at the Sex Education Forum’s 12 principles for RSE, which are all based on research evidence and supported by children’s charities and education unions. This is also available in Easy Read, developed by Mencap. 
To support your nomination you might like to add 
  • Photos, drawings, 
  • A short video clip please upload your video as a private YouTube video and send us a link. No more than 2 minutes in length.






Please note that we will contact the named Head Teacher or Assistant Head Teacher should this be a winning nomination. 
We will keep your data secure, it will only be used for the purpose of this competition and we will only hold personal data until December 2019 when it will be securely destroyed.