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May
07

Delivering Outstanding PSHE Teaching in Schools

By : Nash Grier

Category : Education

Description

This Forum will provide the opportunity to examine innovative and effective PSHE teaching and learning techniques. Participants will discuss with leading policy figures the future shape of the Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) curriculum following the statutory requirement to teach Relationship and Sex Education (RSE). Subject specialists and best practice case studies will share methods for teaching age-appropriate PSHE, embedding it across the school curriculum and delivering informative content that meets inspection requirements.

Audience

This Forum is specifically designed for Schools. Typical job titles will include:

  • PSHE Teachers
  • Headteachers
  • Deputy and Assistant Headteachers
  • Teachers of SRE
  • Humanities Leads
  • Heads of Pastoral
  • Heads of Wellbeing
  • Heads of Learning
  • Heads of School Improvement
  • Curriculum Managers
  • Teaching Assistants

This Forum is also open to the Health and Voluntary Sectors to encourage debate and discussion.

Key Speakers Confirmed:

  • Jenny Barksfield, Deputy CEO, PSHE Association
  • Dr Eleanor Draeger, Senior Trainer, Sex Education Forum
  • Paula Nagel, Principal Educational Psychologist, Place2Be 

About this Event

Almost 70% of teachers surveyed by the National Education Union in 2018 felt that the staff in their school were not adequately trained to deliver high quality PSHE or RSE. This is despite the fact that 92% of parents surveyed by YouGov in 2016 believed PSHE lessons needed to be improved for pupils and 99% of young people agreeing that RSE should be mandatory in schools, according to Terrace Higgins Research, 2016. As a result of these worrying statistics, the government launched a consultation in December 2017 to establish how pupils should be taught RSE. Consequently, from September 2020, RSE will become mandatory in all schools. Draft guidance published in July 2018 proposed the content that teachers would be required to teach, including the concept of consent and how to recognise it, sexual

Venue

Central London, London, UK

Hours

07 May 19 to 07 May 19

Tue to Tue
08:00 AM to 03:00 PM

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