Internet Pornography and Sexting Bundle, Scotland
Have all of The Reward Foundation’s premium pornography and sexting lesson plans for Scotland in a single convenient package.
Are you seeing a rise in sexting and sexual harassment in your school? Research shows that pornography use amongst school age pupils influences sexting, especially coercive sexting and sexual harassment. Fifty per cent of children with pornography-related problems are virgins, so lessons on consent while useful, are not enough.
Pornography use and sexting can promote negative body image and social anxiety and a range of other mental health concerns. Internet Pornography and Sexting Bundle, Scotland can help your pupils navigate these challenging issues. This seven-lesson integrated bundle allows teachers and pupils to explore a range of questions in a safe environment. Our pack give you the tools to answer the difficult questions pupils want to ask about pornography and sexting. There are three lessons for sexting suitable for 11-18 years and another four on pornography for ages 15-18. Some lessons come in alternative versions so you can meet your specific requirements.
Our lesson development process
The lessons in Internet Pornography and Sexting Bundle, Scotland have been developed with the assistance of a range of experts. Our authors consulted more than 20 teachers, many experienced in developing training materials for schools, as well as youth and community leaders, psychiatrists, doctors, psychologists, lawyers, including those from the prosecution services, police, including campus cops and many parents. They conform to the law of Scotland. It does not constitute legal advice. However, it provides an overview of the some of the key legal issues around sexting. The lessons align with the requirements of the Curriculum for Excellence. We have piloted the lessons in seven schools across Scotland.
With evidence-based materials teachers can feel confident in discussing these matters and help prepare pupils across their secondary school years to appreciate the range of views and challenges about both pornography use and sexting.