We are holding two online twilight sessions on Preparing for the new Relationships and Health Curriculum 2020.
We look at new expectations for the Primary curriculum for September 2020 – where changes have been made, and new topics that schools are expected to deliver in statutory guidance from DfE.
You’ll be taken through a step by step guide to prepare for the curriculum changes in your school, including identification of pupil and community need, curriculum mapping, consulting parents, subject leadership and policy writing.
For clarity, we will identify topics that sit in the statutory curricular of Relationships Education, Health Education and the Science curriculum, and those that would be taught through Sex Education lessons.
A ‘provision tool’ will provide insight into what you’re already delivering, and what you will need to adapt/add into your curriculum next year.
We focus on ensuring the curriculum is appropriate for your school community, considering pupils, staff and families, and take steps to understand whether staff feel prepared to teach new or complex topics.
Delegates will finish the sessions feeling informed, supported and ambitious to improve Relationship, Sex and Health Education in their schools.Preparing for RSHE online workshops (3)
£100 (total for 2 twilight sessions) per school.
These sessions are going to be held LIVE, ONLINE, with Zoom video webinars. All participants will need is an active internet connection and laptop. This means the training can be accessed in school, or where convenient. The training is recorded, then sent to you following attendance – meaning you still have access if you can’t attend live, or would like to go back and reflect on the training. You will be sent all the information needed beforehand. Schools will need to just check whether their Firewalls permits access to Zoom webinars. (Unlikely issues – Should there be any issues with Internet access on the day, we will ensure the webinar training is rescheduled and all schools still have access.)
Dates for live online training:
Session 1: Tuesday 11th February 4:00pm – 5:00pm
Session 2: Wednesday 26th February 4:00pm – 5:00pm