Delivering relationships and sex education and health education, core training for subject leaders in primary and secondary schools
Karin Hutchinson / Kate Stockdale
Heads of Department/Faculty / Middle Leaders / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Senior Leaders / Subject Leaders
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Leadership and Management / PSHE, Citizenship and Healthy Schools
RSE and health education becomes statutory for all schools to deliver as part of the basic school curriculum from September 2020. This successful course has been well received by subject leaders from over 500 schools across the south and east of England.
This webinar prepares RSHE subject leads to effectively respond to the detailed requirements of the subject and prepares them for their leadership role. It builds confidence and enhances expertise to support staff in undertaking the necessary transformation in preparation for full implementation in the autumn.
Please note, this course is a repeat of the courses below which ran last year at Hertfordshire Development Centre:
Delivering relationships and sex education and health education, core training for subject leaders (primary) 18.11.19
Delivering relationships and sex education and health education, core training for subject leaders (secondary) 22.11.19
“The course was amazing. We now feel confident to implement the curriculum and train the staff.”
K. Reed, subject lead, All Saints School, Merton
“Excellent. All of it was useful and the impact will be huge. Lots of information but paced well.”
C. Purcell, subject lead, Christ Church Streatham C of E School, Lambeth
“Practical guidance, really useful ideas and very empowering.”
G. Jones, The Minster Nursery and Infant School, Croydon.
The aims of the webinar are to:
- examine the full implications of the requirements detailed in the DfE guidance
- identify the role of the subject leader for RSHE, including building staff confidence
- prepare subject leads with tools/approaches to manage their curriculum area
- identify the depth and range of the curriculum
- provide guidance on the importance of engaging with parents/carers
- recognise the importance of pupil voice, pupil needs and inclusion
- identify the requirements for the Relationships Education or RSE policy
On Monday 18th May, delegates who have registered to this online course will receive an email that will include details of how to access the pre-recorded webinars. These will be available for delegates to watch throughout the week at their convenience.
On Friday 22nd May at 10:00 - 11:00am, HfL will host a live question and answer session with HfL's wellbeing advisers Karin Hutchinson and Kate Stockdale. This session will be an opportunity for delegates to ask specific queries regarding the content of the pre-recorded webinars. Delegates will be sent details of how to access this live session closer to the date, for those unable to attend there will be a recording available afterwards.
Monday 18 May 2020
Friday 22 May 2020
Sunday 17 May 2020
Maximum places per establishment