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This webinar will provide PSHE leads, subject leads and all teaching staff with a range of practical ideas to support their RSHE delivery ahead of the DfE statutory requirements from 1st September 2020.
The statutory requirement to provide Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education is still in place from 1st September 2020 and all schools should continue to prepare for this date where possible.
Where schools have been severely impacted by COVID-19 and are not able to implement fully from September, they will have until summer term 2021 to do so. However, the DfE encourage schools to take a phased approach and expect them to be able to demonstrate how they will cover the entirety of the curriculum in the future.
In this webinar, expert PSHE practitioner and life member of the PSHE Association, Alice Hoyle, discusses a wide range of ideas to help support primary schools in their implementation of the new curriculum which can be adapted to ensure children feel included, engaged and learn effectively within a safe environment.
Recognising the importance of cultivating and establishing a safe space for pupils to openly discuss issues, build their knowledge and develop their values and skills.
Identifying a variety of simple, practical strategies that can be easily implemented to aid and support RSHE delivery, including reflective preparation.
Understanding how specific techniques can be adopted around teaching and learning which can significantly enhance the implementation of RSHE.
Recognising how to adapt content around RSHE and ensuring that lesson plans fit with learning needs.
Identifying strategies to conclude learning and developing best practice methods to ensure effective RSHE delivery.
Lots of good ideas and very well presented.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Thank you. Clear explanations and modelling of some great ideas and further resource links.Excellent!Susan Milner - St Mary's Church of England Academy (Suffolk)
Great practical ideasVery informative with great practical ideas of how you might implement some of the curriculum aspects for RSHE.Erica Pickford, head teacher - Squirrel Hayes First School
This webinar was really useful and gave me a host of ideas to use with pupils in school to ensure my lessons are fun , engaging and ge appropriate .Lisa Gray, wellbeing principal - Worsbrough Common Primary School
In this webinar, award-winning teacher and education consultant, Phil Beadle, explores how and why schools should consider the implementation of metacognitive methods in their teaching and learning and provides guidance on how schools can encourage self-regulated learners to improve pupil outcomes.
In this webinar, The National College will explore how schools can access and successfully implement high-quality tuition through the NTP and how to decide which approach best fits their needs, who to work with and how to asses which pupils will benefit the most.
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.
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