Embedding respectful relationships education in your school structures, policies, procedures and ethos can create lasting cultural change in your community.
What might this look like in your school?
Your school’s values statement including a focus on gender equality and respectful relationships.
Communications indicating your school’s commitment to gender equality and respectful relationships made accessible/visible to staff and students — this includes opportunities to promote messages of gender equality and respect in extracurricular activities and school events.
It is the norm that all materials placed or distributed within your school promote gender equality and challenge gender stereotypes.
Staff use language that is equitable and respectful and do not unconsciously promote gender stereotypes or gender inequality.
Female staff have access to appropriate private breastfeeding facilities, including storage and equipment cleaning facilities for expressing milk.
Flexible work options are offered to all staff, and are taken up by men and women, including those returning from parental leave.