Commitment: what does it mean? A PSHE Association Quality Assured relationships resource We have developed a quality assured lesson plan to support the inclusive delivery of statutory Relationships and Sex Education. The lesson plan features chart-topping rapper Nick Brewer. The resource is built around Nick's poem, where he reflects on commitment to his younger self. Nick was nominated for a Best Newcomer MOBO Award in 2015 and has charted with the single Talk to Me. The lesson plan, which is inclusive in its approach to family relationships, has been quality assured by the PSHE Association. It is designed to support educationalists teaching the statutory Relationships and Sex Education curriculum at Key Stage 3 (for 11-14-year-olds). Students use case study worksheets to reflect on the commitments they want to make to themselves and others, as well as the benefits to their relationships that could flow from doing so. You can download the full resource as one single document. Or, if you prefer, you can download the documents as individual papers: Poem transcript Teaching guidance Lesson plan slides Case studies worksheet My Commitments worksheet This vital resource meets the ten principles of effective PSHE education set out by the PSHE Association. The PSHE Association Quality Mark is granted to resources that undergo a rigorous process of quality assurance and meet best practice principles. These include supporting a safe and supportive learning environment, building on prior learning and taking a positive approach. This resource ties very closely with our downloadable Principles of Excellence in Relationships Education resource.