If you, like the team at Talent Management, are passionate about encouraging body confidence, especially in the younger generation, then read on.
Recently the Government announced a review of Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE), which will look at the content and quality of PSHE teaching in schools.
Jo Swinson MP, a Campaign for Body Confidence co-founder, has made a case in Parliament for body image education to be included in Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) classes in schools.
We think that using PSHE lessons as a vehicle for delivering this message is a great way of inspiring confidence in children and encouraging them to accept their bodies the way they are.
We want to know your thoughts on this, and so do the Department for Education, which is currently welcoming responses from teachers, parents, pupils and other interested parties. So if you want to have your say, then you can do so up until 30th November 2011. Just email PSHEEducation.Review@education.gsi.gov.uk and let the Government know your views on the content and quality of PSHE teaching.