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This webinar will help to support governing bodies, school leaders, head teachers, PSHE / RSHE leads and subject leads around promoting and implementing British values into their school curriculum.
The Ofsted School inspection handbook states that inspectors will judge:
In this webinar, PSHE and RSHE subject matter expert, John Rees, explores how schools can fulfil their obligations towards teaching British values and implement changes in line with the new ‘Relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education’ statutory curriculum due to become mandatory in September.
Understand what the DfE and Ofsted mean when discussing and inspecting British values
Recognise how British values can fit into your curriculum planning for both primary and secondary teaching and learning
Learn how the new statutory RSHE guidance compliments pupil’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development as inspected under Ofsted
Identify the knowledge and understanding that is expected of pupils around British values• Identify the knowledge and understanding that is expected of pupils around British values
Awareness of the DfE guidance around promoting British values and signposting to further resources and support
Worth watching for all staff!Clear advise given - all staff should watch from top of school to bottom.Marilyn Cain, - Roding Valley High School
British Values webinar.A very well presented webinar. British Values were discussed not only in general terms but also in relation to Covid19 and how we, as educators, move forward from here - very relevant and thought provoking.Gail Rule, - Winifred Holtby Academy
Looking to the future..An excellent an informative review of British Values and what they mean in school,but more importantly how we all need to pay attention to these things in view of our future "School life" Thank you Mr ReesSally Billam, - Hornsea Community Primary School
Insightful and relevantThe webinar comprehensively covered SMSC in schools and highlighted the importance of SMSC and values in pupils' return to school after Covid 19. This was particularly powerful in reminding us of the gap in vulnerable students and others on their return and the need for schools to be prepared for a compassionate approach to the re-engagement of pupils with the school environment and curriculum. Really interesting.Kate Gill, - Newport Girls' High School
Promoting British Valuesinsightful and thought-provoking, leaving me with plenty to think about and also reflect on what we do well alreadyNatalie Sacre, - Goldington Academy
This webinar was really interesting. It was really useful to hear someone talk about how to cope with childrens wellbeing after Covid.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
This webinar was very highly presented , the coverage was in depth with clear explanations which was very beneficial for me.I a always looking for opportunities to learn about new topics to broaden my knowledge . The National College always has a topic which is of interest for me to learn about .Jubeda Begum, Teacher - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
British Values after 2020It highlighted what l had heard lately in society about the need for new direct communication. Empathetic reflection on learning from recent experiences and how compassion towards bereavement will build a cohesive community to promote a productive future of British values.Denise Robertson, TA - Kettlebrook Pupil Referral Unit
Worth watching webinarVery clearly, highlights the importance of providing high-quality SMSC to our pupils.Ana Lia Da Silva Ferreira, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
EXCELLENTIt was really informative and very useful.Kai Rogan, Support Staff - Castle Hill Primary School
This webinar will provide school leaders, subject leads and teachers with practical advice and guidance on how they should be awarding vocational and technical qualifications to students in summer 2020.
This webinar will provide school leaders, SENCOs, SEN teaching assistants and teachers working with children with SEND to understand how to conduct best practice SEND risk assessments.
On the 27th February, the Standards and Testing Agency released the Reception Baseline Assessment (RBA) Framework to help explain the purpose, format, content and cognitive demand of the assessment.
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