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He takes no part, however, in reaching the Committee's decision.If that is your intention, you would probably be best to seek the advice of a lawyer or a chartered surveyor experienced in such appeals.SEED Sponsored Research, Jason Annetts, Jan Law University of Abertay Dundee ISBN 0 7559 6300 8 (Web only publication) This document is also available in pdf format (448k)Acknowledgements Executive Summary Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Background to the study 1.2 Tayside Health Promotion's Sexuality and Relationship Training for Primary School Teachers 1.3 Aims and Objectives of the Research 1.4 Methodology Chapter 2: Mapping School Provision 2.1 Introduction 2.2 The Sample 2.3 Delivering Sex and Relationship Education 2.4 Consulting with Parents and Pupils 2.5 Sex and Relationship Training 2.6 Local Authority Support 2.7 Sex and Relationship Education Curriculum Chapter 3: Pre-Training Questionnaire 3.1 Introduction 3.2 The Sample 3.3 Teachers' Views on Delivering Sex and Relationship Education 3.4 Reasons for Attending the Sexuality and Relationship Training for Primary School Teachers 3.5 Importance of Sex and Relationship Education Chapter 4: Post Training Interviews 4.1 Introduction 4.2 The Sample 4.3 Schools' Sexual Health Programme 4.4 The reaction of Parents to the Introduction of Sex and Relationship Education 4.5 The reaction of Pupils to the Introduction of Sex and Relationship Education 4.6 Teachers' Concern with the Sex and Relationship Curriculum 4.7 Importance of Sex and Relationship Education 4.8 Age at which Sex and Relationship Education should Begin 4.9 Teachers Role in Delivering Sex and Relationship Education 4.10 Reasons for Attending the Sexuality and Relationship Training for Primary School Teachers 4.11 Benefits of Attending the Sexuality and Relationship Training for Primary School Teachers 4.12 What Participants Most Enjoyed about the Training 4.13 How could the Training be Improved 4.14 Importance of Training Teachers to Deliver Sex and Relationship Education Chapter 5: Conclusion Appendices Appendix A: Schools' Questionnaire Appendix B: Before Training Questionnaire Appendix C: Bibliography Tables Table 1: Research Timetable Table 2: Response by Local Authority Table 3: Years Involved in the SRE Table 4: Involved in the Delivery of SRE Table 5: Consulting Parents Table 6: Response of Schools to a Request to Withdraw Pupil from SRE Table 7: Schools with Staff that have had SRE Training Table 8: SRE Topics by Year of Delivery Table 9: Least Covered Topics in SRE Table 10: Topics Not Taught by Schools by Local Authority Table 11: Reasons for Attending Sex and Relationship Training for Primary School Teachers Table 12: Importance of Promoting Sexual Health The Scottish Executive is making this research report, part of the Sponsored Research programme, available in order to provide access to its contents for those interested in the subject.In such cases you may wish to ask the Appeal Committee to refer the appeal to the Lands Tribunal for Scotland, and you would be well advised to seek advice.
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