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Sex Ed Sorted! - Primary

Outline

Is your school ready for the new statutory requirements?

Description

Now is the time to ensure your school is ready to implement the new guidance. High quality, inclusive and relevant Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) can have a positive impact on pupil health and wellbeing, safeguarding and wider school statutory responsibilities. Attend this course and make sure your school is compliant with the requirements of the new legislation and delivering best practice RSE. Attendees will leave this course with a whole-school action plan to coordinate their RSE actions, ensuring readiness for the new statutory requirements.

Outcomes

This course will help you:

  • Understand key requirements of the new guidance for primary schools, including legal duties and curriculum content.
  • Know how to develop a strategic framework for RSE within your school.
  • Identify high quality, effective RSE teaching, learning and assessment.
  • Take a whole-school approach to embedding an effective RSE curriculum, that meets the bespoke needs of your school.

Comments include -

'The whole course was very effective. The activities enabling discussion were useful – helpful to see how to teach in this way. Very useful to know how to plan to cover new content, etc.'
'Inspirational trainer who makes you feel at ease about what could be an uncomfortable subject.'
'Excellent activity ideas which we got to do and not just be told.'
'There are not many courses that I go on that I don’t clock watch at some point, I can honestly say I was engaged 100% (even after lunch).'
'Really great activities which are easily transferable to classroom.'
'Very good course, gave confidence to address sensitive issues.'

Audience

SLT, PSHE Leads, Teachers, Governors and TA’s from KS1 and KS2

04 Oct 2019 09:30 - 16:00

Closing date: 03/10/2019
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Date and Time

04 Oct 2019 09:30 - 16:00

Venue

Norwich Professional Development Centre

Trainer

Josie Rayner-Wells