An Expert Review of the New DfE Guidance Published: Statutory RSHE Curriculum (Secondary)

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Webinar Runtime: 87 Minutes

This webinar will provide school governors, senior leaders, headteachers, curriculum leads and teaching staff with practical advice and guidance on meeting their relationships, sex and health education curriculum statutory requirements.

On the 24th September, the DfE released their ‘Plan your relationships, sex and health curriculum’ guidance to help schools plan, develop and implement the new statutory RSHE curriculum which became compulsory from 1st September.

Secondary schools are encouraged to begin teaching relationships and sex education and health education immediately if practicable, subject to any disruption caused by COVID-19. However, all schools must ensure they commence teaching no later than summer term 2021.

In this webinar, PSHE subject matter expert, Lucy Marcovitch will discuss what schools should consider as part of their curriculum planning, what topics they must cover and how to deliver age-appropriate lessons in line with DfE requirements.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding and complying with your DfE statutory requirements and how to develop a robust, clear and inclusive policy reflective of stakeholder needs.

  • Recognising what must subjects must be taught and how to deliver a carefully sequenced and coherent curriculum set in the context of a whole-school approach.

  • Identifying the points to consider as part of curriculum planning and considerations around use of external agencies and resources.

  • Understanding how to develop an inclusive classroom, supporting pupils with SEND and delivering content in an age-appropriate way.

  • Recognising how to deal with sensitive issues, handle difficult questions and supporting teachers’ needs and their wellbeing.

Lucy Marcovitch

About The Expert

Lucy Marcovitch

PSHE subject matter expert with a breadth of educational experience including curriculum design.
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