betty for schools

betty for schools

betty for schools is a curriculum-linked period education programme. It has been created for teachers of 8-12 year olds to encourage open, respectful and honest conversations about periods and the way they affect girls. The resources are suitable for PSHE lessons and are fully accredited by the PSHE Association’s Quality Assurance Mark. Film-led, with a mix of animations, quizzes and interactive activities, the resources have been created with education experts and young people, to empower teachers to deliver sessions with confidence.

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Wednesday, 12 July 2017 10:00

The betty bus hits the road!

The team at betty for schools turned the Telegraph Festival of Education 2017 pink when they arrived at Wellington College in the bright pink and yellow betty bus to highlight period education.

The thought of teaching periods makes some teachers panic. Research shows that 40% of teachers don’t feel confident teaching a non-Science lesson about periods (EdComs Teachers survey, 2016). If this sounds familiar, don’t worry, betty for schools is a new, innovative, curriculum-linked education programme to empower teachers of 8-12 years olds to tackle the subject of periods. The creators of this new resource will be meeting educators at this year’s Education Show (16th - 18th March, Stand E21-E39) from a double-decker bus!

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