Children's mental health and emotional wellbeing is best supported through planned, integrated PSHE education. SCARF fully supports this approach, and our Planning Tool enables you to build short, medium and long-term plans. But unexpected events or issues that need to be addressed immediately can occur. To help you find the resources you need at the right time, SCARF lessons can be accessed through a comprehensive index of subject and issues.
Log in to search for resources that address unexpected events or issues including:
Achievement, Adoption, Alcohol, Animals including humans, Appropriate touch, Arranged Marriage, Aspirations, Assertiveness, Being Different, Being Yourself, Bereavement, Birth, Body Changes, Body Image, Body Odour, Body parts, Body parts (including genitalia), British Values, Building self -esteem, Bullying, Caring, Change, Changing Feelings, Citizenship, Civil Partnerships, Communication, Communication Skills, Community, Conception, Confidence, Conflict Resolution, Consent, Cooperation, Dares, Dealing with Change, Dealing with Loss, Decision Making, Democracy, Dental hygiene, Discrimination, Diversity, Drugs, Emotional health, Emotional needs, Emotions, Environment, Falling out, Family, Feelings, FGM, Five ways to wellbeing, Forced Marriage, Friendship, Gender, Gender Expectations, Gender Expression, Gender Identity, Getting Help, Great get together, Growing and changing, Growing up, Growth Mindset, Healthy Eating, Healthy Lifestyles, Helping Others, HIV, Homophobic bullying, Hygiene, Identity, Illness, Inappropriate Touch, Independence, Internet Safety, IVF, Keeping Safe, Law, LGBT, Life Cycles, Loss, Marriage, Masturbation, Media influence, Medicines, Menstruation, Mental Health, Money, National Curriculum Science - Relationships elements, Negotiating, New Beginning, Outdoor education, Peer influence, Peer Pressure, Periods, Personal Hygiene, Physical activity, Positive relationships, Pregnancy, Prejudice, Privacy, Puberty, Pupil voice, Racism, Relationships, Relationships Education (formerly SRE or RSE), Reproduction, Resilience, Respect, Responsibility, Rights, Risk-taking, Rules and Laws, Safeguarding, Safety, Saving, Science, Secrets, Seeking Help, Sex, Sexting, Sexual Orientation, Sleep, Smoking, Social Norms, Standing up for yourself, Stereotypes, STI, Stigma, Support networks, Surrogacy, Talents, Teamwork, Teeth, Tolerance, Trust, Unwanted Touch, Viruses, Wet Dreams.