Certificate in the Role of a RSHE Lead

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About the Course

About the Course

The new RSHE curriculum will be mandatory from September 2020. The Department for Education (DfE) state that schools which demonstrate effective practice in subjects often have clear responsibility and leadership in place to help them implement specialist provision. It’s essential that schools look to support their RSHE/PSHE Lead in order to meet their statutory obligations.

Our Essential CPD course on the role of the RSHE Lead provides you with the core content you need to ensure adherence with all your PSHE and RSHE requirements. Delivered in high-quality video CPD format that has been skilfully organised for busy workloads and is accessible on any device, anytime, anywhere, our RSHE Lead training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost effective and most time-efficient manner.

Delivered by subject matter expert, John Rees, the course has been divided into eight easily digestible modules and contains links to further learning and resources throughout, with an assessment test to help you evidence your compliance.

Designed in line with the following policies

  • Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education 2019

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding your statutory RSHE requirements and the rationale for teaching PSHE in schools.
  • Recognising how RSHE/PSHE Leads can drive local implementation and effectively engage parents and stakeholders.
  • Exploring appropriate leadership styles and how to approach PSHE implementation in either primary or secondary settings.
  • Identifying both local and national context around PSHE and how it can link into and support other curriculum areas.

Modules

Module 1: The rationale for PSHE

In module 1, you will learn about what is meant by PSHE and why the DfE have chosen to make the RSHE curriculum statutory from September 2020. You will understand its importance in children’s development and also learn how it contributes towards attainment.

Module 2: The policy context, nationally and within school

Module 2 will discuss the key aspects around PSHE policy development in schools. It will cover the teaching of spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development, fundamental British values (FBV), careers, the role of Ofsted, links to safeguarding and social, emotional and mental health (SEMH).

Module 3: What is statutory and what else should schools be doing?

In module 3, you will learn about the statutory components of RSHE and its links within the wider framework of PSHE. You will explore how to adapt your curriculum to meet local needs as well as recognising how PSHE links into and supports other curriculum areas.

Module 4: Organising our resources (primary)

Module 4 will look at how schools can effectively implement their RSHE curriculum in primary schools. It will focus on the benefits of staff CPD and the importance of early parental engagement. You will also understand what good practice looks like and identify different levels of assessment.

Module 5: Organising our resources (secondary)

Module 5 will look at how schools can effectively implement their RSHE curriculum in secondary settings. It will focus on the benefits of staff CPD and the importance of early parental engagement. You will also understand what good practice looks like and identify different levels of assessment.

Module 6: Leadership

Module 6 will emphasise the importance of having a PSHE lead and explore what style of leadership should be considered when engaging others in PSHE subjects and effectively implementing the curriculum in school.

Module 7: Assessment, evaluation and monitoring

In the module 7, you will learn how to monitor and evaluate the implementation of PSHE provision in your school in order to ensure the quality of learning and teaching and measure and assess progress and achievement.

Module 8: Next steps

The final module will provide you an opportunity to reflect on what steps should be taken next. It will guide you in placing where you are now, what plan of action might be considered and provide support and guidance on moving forward.

Course Units

Introduction

Delivered by subject matter expert, John Rees, the course has been divided into eight easily digestible modules and contains links to further learning and resources throughout, with an assessment test to help you evidence your compliance.

Module 1: The rationale for PSHE

In module 1, you will learn about what is meant by PSHE and why the DfE have chosen to make the RSHE curriculum statutory from September 2020. You will understand its importance in children’s development and also learn how it contributes towards atta...

Module 2: The policy context, nationally and within school

Module 2 will discuss the key aspects around PSHE policy development in schools. It will cover the teaching of spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development, fundamental British values (FBV), careers, the role of Ofsted, links to safeguard...

Module 3: What is statutory and what else should schools be doing?

In module 3, you will learn about the statutory components of RSHE and its links within the wider framework of PSHE. You will explore how to adapt your curriculum to meet local needs as well as recognising how PSHE links into and supports other curri...

Module 4: Organising our resources (primary)

Module 4 will look at how schools can effectively implement their RSHE curriculum in primary schools. It will focus on the benefits of staff CPD and the importance of early parental engagement. You will also understand what good practice looks like a...

Module 5: Organising our resources (secondary)

Module 5 will look at how schools can effectively implement their RSHE curriculum in secondary settings. It will focus on the benefits of staff CPD and the importance of early parental engagement. You will also understand what good practice looks lik...

Module 6: Leadership

Module 6 will emphasise the importance of having a PSHE lead and explore what style of leadership should be considered when engaging others in PSHE subjects and effectively implementing the curriculum in school.

Module 7: Assessment, evaluation and monitoring

In the module 7, you will learn how to monitor and evaluate the implementation of PSHE provision in your school in order to ensure the quality of learning and teaching and measure and assess progress and achievement.

Module 8: Next steps

The final module will provide you an opportunity to reflect on what steps should be taken next. It will guide you in placing where you are now, what plan of action might be considered and provide support and guidance on moving forward.

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