The role of parents and carers in maximising impact of the RSHE curriculum (Cancelled)

Reason for cancellation
Webinar, Webinar
Course Tutors
Karin Hutchinson / Kate Stockdale
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Target Audience
Subject Leaders
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Course Types
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
PSHE/RSHE / Wellbeing
Event Description
The DfE recognises that, ‘Parents are the first teachers of their children. They have the most significant influence in enabling their children to grow and mature and to form healthy relationships’. 

The course will examine the benefits of working in true partnership with parents and carers to give children the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about their wellbeing, health and relationships and prepare them for adult life. It will look at practical ways of communicating with parents and involving them in the learning to help complement and reinforce the RSHE curriculum at home.
Training objectives

  • to identify practical strategies to engage with parents and carers and help them understand the value and impact of RSHE

  • to explore creative ideas, approaches resources to build on school based RSHE learning at home

  • to support parents and carers to manage ‘tricky’ conversations around puberty and sex education

  • to examine ways to dispel any worries or myths parents may have about the curriculum and share the schools commitment to equality and diversity

Learning outcomes

  • ideas and strategies to communicate and engage with parents and carers to help them understand the value of RSHE teaching

  • examples of activities and resources to enable parents to continue the conversations started in class at home

  • positive ways to engage with parents and carers

Additional Information
The cost of this training is £69 (+VAT) per delegate.
Start Date
Tuesday 9 November 2021
End Date
Tuesday 9 November 2021
Closing Date
Monday 8 November 2021
09:00 - 12:00
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