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This webinar will help PSHE / RSHE leads, school leaders, governors, DSLs and Mental Health Leads to deliver a high quality PSHE curriculum in line with DfE statutory requirements.
From September 2020 the ‘Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education’ statutory guidance will come into effect. It will be mandatory for all schools to have implemented the new curriculum. This means that:
In this webinar, PSHE and RSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explains how schools can meet both their DfE requirements and Ofsted expectations around RSHE using the PSHE Association Programme of Study.
Practical advice and support on using the Programme of Study at Key Stage 1-2
Recognise how the framework helps schools meet their current and forthcoming statutory requirements
Learn how the programme of study can be used to meet Ofsted expectations and improve intent, implementation and impact
Identify how the PSHE Association Programme of Study can be used to improve teaching and learning and outcomes for pupils
PSHEVery useful for the RSHE changesAlison Park, - Orgill Primary School
Duty to PHSEThorough, professional and well explained that schools have a duty to teach and give guidance to children on PHSE. Also that pupil health and well-being is linked with academic learning and achievement.Denise Jones, - Charlestown Community Primary School
This video update will discuss the recently published guidance, what this means for education settings and how they can implement a joint approach towards social distancing alongside parents and pupils themselves.
In this video update, John Rees will discuss what measures the DfE advise for different early years settings, the support they can expect and how they can play their part under the current circumstances.
On the 22nd March, the DfE released guidance for schools on maintaining educational provision for vulnerable children. That is, those children who have a social worker or with an education, health and care (EHC) plan.
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