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This webinar will provide school leaders, headteachers, PSHE/RSHE leads and teachers with practical support on developing their RSHE curriculum in line with DfE expectations for full school opening.
Despite the disruption caused by COVID-19, the DfE state that relationships, sex and health education (RSHE) in secondary schools will still become compulsory from September 2020.
Whilst schools have a degree of flexibility in introducing the subjects, the DfE encourage a phased approach and all schools must have begun teaching from at least summer term 2021.
In this webinar, PSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explores how secondary schools can effectively develop and integrate a RSHE curriculum that is responsive, reflective of the current environment and will comply with statutory DfE requirements.
Understanding what schools must and should do in effectively developing their RSHE curriculum in line with current DfE guidance.
Recognising how to integrate the new RSHE curriculum into the wider subject areas and ensuring it is responsive and flexible.
Understanding the important role that the new RSHE curriculum has in teaching children about safeguarding and developing a framework in line with KCSiE 2020.
Developing a RSHE curriculum reflective of the current climate and supporting children through discussing mental health and wellbeing in the classroom.
Recognising how to be proactive and structuring a phased approach (if needed) from September 2020.
This webinar will provide headteachers, curriculum leads, subject leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with practical advice and support on how they can successfully deliver a summer school programme which helps pupils make up for lost learning time.
This webinar, delivered in conjunction with the British Association for Early Childhood Education, will provide teaching assistants with an insight into strategy, practice and resources to help them fulfil their important role in supporting children’s development, in line with DfE’s reformed Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework and supportive curriculum guidance.
This webinar will provide headteachers, curriculum leaders, subject leaders and teachers with an understanding of the new Model Music Curriculum (MMC) and how schools can use the guidance to deliver a rich and diverse music education for children at key stage 3.
We believe in cost-effective CPD, delivering budget friendly online seminars.
Every webinar delivered by The National College is created and delivered by industry experts.
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You will receive any supporting materials or resources mentioned in the webinar.
During checkout we will collect the contact details for your school’s finance manager.
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Webinars become available after their specified time and date.