Confirmed to Speak:
- Senior Representative, Relationships Education, RSE and PSHE Team, DfE
Following the Government’s long-awaited announcement in March that sex and relationships education is to be revised and made statutory in all schools, join us at this Westminster Briefing to hear the next steps for this policy.
Hear a Senior Representative from the DfE outline the proposed new requirements to teach Relationship Education or Relationship and Sex Education due to be placed on Primary and Secondary Schools respectively, and further details on the consultation launched to extend this to PSHE.
With widespread support for this change, don’t miss out on hearing from the Government and leading schools on how best to address this important subject.
Key Issues to be Addressed Include:
- Overview of the Government’s plans for statutory Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE)
- Meeting the requirements for primary and secondary schools
- Timeline for the changes: ensuring you’re on track for 2018
- Updating the curriculum to reflect new risks such as cyber-bullying, sexting and pornography
- Engaging parents on the teaching of PSHE: the right to withdraw pupils
- Initial and continuing professional development: training teachers for PSHE
- Examples of effective practise in delivering an appropriate curriculum – utilising the best resources
- A whole school approach to SRE: teachers, school nurses & school counsellors
The morning session will look at the new requirements and how the sector sees them progressing and bedding in.
The afternoon session will examine effective strategies to embed Relationships Education currently being practiced, and how they can be transferred to your setting.
Who Should Attend?
You will join a range of school and education stakeholders including, but not limited to: head teachers, senior and middle leaders, those with pastoral responsibilities, SENCOs, alternative education providers, safeguarding and inclusion leads, local authorities, relevant governors, and anyone interested or involved in the teaching of PSHE.
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