Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Subject Leads: What is your role? 2019-08-06T13:10:08+00:00

Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Subject Leads: What is your role?

For School Leaders
  • Available On Demand – Available to stream on any device

  • £50 (+VAT)

  • Pay by invoice or card

  • Duration: Approx. 1 hour

  • Rated 4.0 out of 5 by School Leaders

Description 

From September 2020 three new subjects will be universal to ensure schools prepare pupils for the modern world – health education, relationships education and RSE. More than 11,000 responses were received as a result of a three-month consultation on the draft regulations and guidance.

From September 2019 schools are expected to take the first steps in introducing an RSHE provision into their curriculum before it becomes a statutory requirement.

Education Secretary Damian Hinds commented: “Although sex education is only mandatory to teach at secondary, it must be grounded in a firm understanding and valuing of positive relationships, and respect for others, from primary age”.

In this webinar we will focus on a leadership of PSHE roles in Primary and Secondary schools and how the new provision correlates with the new Ofsted framework draft. It will look at some challenges school leaders may face when introducing these roles and how to address them. Additionally, it will explore the place and the amount of authority your future PSHE leads will have within your school.

Content 

  • Cohesion between the RSHE provision and the new Ofsted framework draft
  • RSHE lead roles for Primary and Secondary Schools
  • Overview of the Roadmap to Statutory RSHE
  • Role and responsibilities of the RSHE lead and their place within your school structure
  • Practical advice and guidance for school leaders on introducing and implementing Relationships, Sex and Health Education
  • Key success factors: development, implementation and approaches
John Rees

About the Expert

John Rees is an experienced mental health and wellbeing expert with more than 25 years educational leadership experience, overseeing educational improvement projects and professional transformations of schools both in the UK and overseas.

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RSHE Lead

Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Subject Leads: What is your role?

£50
  • Pay by invoice or card

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1. Click book now, enter your details and choose to pay by card or invoice.

2. You will receive a recording of the webinar to access at your convenience

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Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Subject Leads: What is your role?

For School Leaders
  • Available On Demand – Available to stream on any device

  • £50 (+VAT)

  • Pay by invoice or card

  • Duration: Approx. 1 hour

  • Rated 4.0 out of 5 by School Leaders
RSHE Lead

Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) Subject Leads: What is your role?

£50
  • Pay by invoice or card

Description 

From September 2020 three new subjects will be universal to ensure schools prepare pupils for the modern world – health education, relationships education and RSE. More than 11,000 responses were received as a result of a three-month consultation on the draft regulations and guidance.

From September 2019 schools are expected to take the first steps in introducing an RSHE provision into their curriculum before it becomes a statutory requirement.

Education Secretary Damian Hinds commented: “Although sex education is only mandatory to teach at secondary, it must be grounded in a firm understanding and valuing of positive relationships, and respect for others, from primary age”.

In this webinar we will focus on a leadership of PSHE roles in Primary and Secondary schools and how the new provision correlates with the new Ofsted framework draft. It will look at some challenges school leaders may face when introducing these roles and how to address them. Additionally, it will explore the place and the amount of authority your future PSHE leads will have within your school.

Content 

  • Cohesion between the RSHE provision and the new Ofsted framework draft
  • RSHE lead roles for Primary and Secondary Schools
  • Overview of the Roadmap to Statutory RSHE
  • Role and responsibilities of the RSHE lead and their place within your school structure
  • Practical advice and guidance for school leaders on introducing and implementing Relationships, Sex and Health Education
  • Key success factors: development, implementation and approaches
John Rees

About the Expert

John Rees is an experienced mental health and wellbeing expert with more than 25 years educational leadership experience, overseeing educational improvement projects and professional transformations of schools both in the UK and overseas.

Find out more

The Booking Process

1. Click book now, enter your details and choose to pay by card or invoice.

2. You will receive a recording of the webinar to access at your convenience

BOOK NOW – On Demand