Many Bristol schools are already doing amazing things to address domestic and sexual violence. Over the coming months we will provide you with case studies of the work that is being done.
Oasis North: Brightstowe, Long Cross and Bank Leaze
Read the case study here: Oasis North (Feb 2015)
The hub has set its key priority this year as tackling domestic abuse. They aim to be the first through school from pre- birth to 16 accredited through the Bristol Ideal and promoting healthy positive relationships. This will cover the children’s centre, nursery, primary and secondary academies.
St.Werburgh’s Primary School, Bristol
Read the Case study St Werburgh’s School 2014.
St Werburgh’s school are well known for their innovative work tackling domestic abuse and particularly FGM. The school have already achieved some of the Bristol Ideal standards including having a dedicated champion, having trained RSE teachers and delivering lessons on healthy relationships.
Christ the King Primary, Bristol
Read the Christ the King Case study
In this example, a Headteacher successfully instigated a full programme of RSE that would give pupils the knowledge and skills needed to navigate themselves safely around relationships and unwanted sexual contact.
Orchard Secondary School, Bristol
Read the Case study Orchard School 2014
Orchard Secondary School are making great strides towards achieving the Bristol Ideal. They have 2 trained RSE teachers, have RSE embedded in their curriculum and signpost staff and pupils to local support services.
St.Barnabas Primary School, Bristol
Read the Case study St.Barnabas Primary 2014
In this example the school demonstrate their work on tackling gender inequality, gender stereotyping and healthy relationships. They also have a domestic abuse champion and are engaging with parents in their work.