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RSHE Lead Membership Programme

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  • Keep up to date with the latest policy and practice with our 12 month membership
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RSHE Lead Membership Programme

BOOK NOW FOR £200
  • Keep up to date with the latest policy and practice with our 12 month membership
  • Book Now

  • Pay by invoice or card
  • Ready to view at your convenience

We bring the experts to you
All of our webinars are delivered by industry experts, providing you with an immersive, knowledge rich, practical learning experience which will inspire you to lead and provides the tools needed to put Relationships, Sex & Health Education at the heart of your school.

RSHE Webinar Series

RSHE Lead Membership Programme

£200
  • Down from £250 this September only
  • Pay by invoice or card
  • Value of £400

The Booking Process

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

2. We will send your unique access details for the membership.

BOOK NOW
RSHE Webinar Series

RSHE Lead Membership Programme

£200
  • Down from £250 this September only
  • Pay by invoice or card
  • Value of £400

The Booking Process

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

2. We will send your unique access details for the membership.

BOOK NOW

We bring the experts to you
All of our webinars are delivered by industry experts, providing you with an immersive, knowledge rich, practical learning experience which will inspire you to lead and provides the tools needed to put Relationships, Sex & Health Education at the heart of your school.

Become a member and receive:

  • 12 months of training via expert led webinars, ensuring you’re always one step ahead of policy changes and best practice in education
  • Our existing suite of webinars – including all past RSHE topic webinars on demand
  • Monthly ‘Best Evidence in Brief’ newsletters in partnership with the Institute for Effective Education (IEE)
  • Certificate on completion of every webinar

Our Existing RSHE Suite Includes:

RSHE Provision: How Effective Communication Can Ensure Successful Implementation

With compulsory RSHE provision scheduled for September 2020, it’s important for schools to prepare for what may be a difficult bedding in period. Effective communication between schools and local communities will be instrumental in ensuring a smooth delivery. The webinar will consider potential challenges from parents, carers and communities and how to effectively address these concerns in order to better insulate schools. Aimed at PSHE leads, governors, headteachers and other senior leaders, it will also cover the new guidelines and considerations around policy implications.

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LGBTQ+ Inclusiveness For Schools: Practical Advice And Step–By–Step Guidance

In this webinar, multi-award-winning educator and LGBTQ+ inclusion advocate, Shaun Dellenty, details a proven and highly effective process of sustainable, cultural and organisational change that will have benefits for all stakeholders. Shaun draws on his own personal experiences of child-hood homophobic bullying.

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Mental Health and RSHE: A More Collaborative Approach

With changes to the OFSTED inspection framework due in September 2019 and statutory Health, Relationship and Sex Education due the following year, it’s important schools prepare and start to respond now. The role of mental health has become a key aspect of overall school attainment and focusing on well-being should now be considered in a more holistic way. This webinar is aimed at school and curriculum leaders, including governors, in both primary and secondary schools. It is also relevant to MH leads and those responsible for teaching RSHE.

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How The New Ofsted Framework Draft Proposal May Shape Your RSHE Provision

RSHE is not new. It has been taught for many years. However the new Ofsted framework provides an opportunity for schools leaders and those working in RSHE to re-think their policy. This webinar will focus on how the draft framework can shine a light on what could and should be done within RSHE to promote good practice. It will provide guidance on how staff can help improve students’ academic performance, enhance their well-being and support them in becoming more rounded and complete individuals.

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

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.

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Empowering and Safeguarding Girls by Tackling Gender Stereotyping in Schools

There is evidence to show that intended and unintended gender discrimination in schools can have a negative impact on the learning potential and life-chances. This webinar will explore the different ways and forms of gender stereotyping in society and in schools. Using real-life examples and case studies, we will explore how stereotyping can impact on the life chances of both girls and boys and look at strategies to combat this, such as, curriculum design and adapting the school culture. 

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Relationships Education: Practical Steps for Primary Schools to Get Started

The government have confirmed that they are making Relationships Education compulsory in all primary schools in England, and Relationships and Sex Education compulsory in all secondary schools, as well as making Health Education compulsory in all state-funded schools. In this webinar we will provide primary schools with the practical steps they can take to prepare. 

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Relationships Education: Practical Steps for Secondary Schools to Get Started

The government have confirmed that they are making Relationships Education compulsory in all secondary schools in England, and Relationships and Sex Education compulsory in all secondary schools, as well as making Health Education compulsory in all state-funded schools. In this webinar, we will provide secondary schools with the practical steps they can take to prepare. 

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An expert review of the draft regulations, statutory guidance, and regulatory impact assessment relating to Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education

The government have confirmed that they are making Relationships Education compulsory in all primary schools in England, and Relationships and Sex Education compulsory in all secondary schools, as well as making Health Education compulsory in all state-funded schools. This webinar provides an overview of the draft documentation to prepare for the new regulations. 

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Why are online webinars the best way to learn?

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Save Money

Cheaper than a traditional conference.

Save Time

No time away from school and watch around your timetable.

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Experts To You

Bringing the experts to you and your colleagues.

Flexible

Viewing Flexibility

Watch alone or with others, at home, on-the-go or at school. You can watch and share any part of the webinar series again meaning you don’t have to frantically take notes.

Environmentally Friendly

The webinar series can be viewed wherever you desire, with
no need to travel to and from the venue.

Personalised Q&A

As part of the webinar series you can ask any questions you have and the experts will provide personalised responses for your school.

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