The House of Hormones

Guide to teaching Puberty

It is now statutory for schools to teach children and young people about what to expect when they reach adolescence.

What key stages? Key Stage 1 (KS1), Lower Key Stage 2 (LKS2) and Upper Key Stage 2 (UKS2).

Teachers should expect to cover the various effects of puberty on a child; including the social and emotional changes puberty brings, as well as the physical changes. This will help to equip children for what’s to come; it’s an important milestone in a child’s life.

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