Sex education for children with special needs: a workshop for fathers, Nottingham
25 June 2005
Organised by: Sunfield – a residential special school for pupils with severe and complex learning needs
The workshop facilitator is David S Stewart, Head Teacher of the Shepherd School in Nottingham, which has been actively working in sex and relationship for 20 years. David himself has built a national reputation in this area of work.
The day will cover many areas in aspects of learning, the law, policy and practice, with information, ideas and opportunities for parents to discuss key issues. Many fathers of children with special needs express worries and concerns regarding sex education, including what they should/should not say. The day will also provide ideas on how fathers might work with schools to ensure that their child is receiving appropriate support and education.
Contact: Rose Welling 01562 883183 Rsew@sunfield.worcs.scho.ukTags: African-Caribbean fathers, Imprisoned fathers, Muslim fathers, Parenting education, Schools, Vulnerable families, Young fathers