The Advisory Council consists of PSHE education professionals with the commitment, experience and expertise relevant to the development of a forward looking, dynamic membership organisation, which can represent the voice of the PSHE education community and provide in – depth support for practitioners involved in PSHE education. It includes teachers from both primary and secondary phases and PSHE advisers and consultants.
Terms of reference for the Advisory Council:
The PSHE Association Advisory Council supports the Board of Trustees in its governance function and has an important role to play in reflecting the views of the membership and influencing the direction and development of the organisation. The council is elected from the Association membership.
Working with the remunerated staff, the council will champion and actively support the
- development of an effective and influential voice for the Association’s membership at a local and national level
- development of the Association’s membership and strategies for marketing the association
- development of ways of consulting and actively involving members in the Association and in relevant national developments
- development and delivery of a comprehensive communications strategy including website and other publications and face to face events including conferences and seminars
- development of the Association website to ensure that all sectors of the membership market are catered for
- development of policy and strategy for supporting training and CPD in PSHE
- strengthening of partnerships with other organisations relevant to the development and promotion of PSHE education including representing of the Association on boards, committees and forums of other organisations when invited
- management of the election of Chair and Vice chair(s) of the council
(the Chair will be ratified by the Board of Trustees)
It is expected that Advisory Council members will be prepared to give time to supporting the development of the PSHE Association in addition to the Council meetings.
Current Advisory Council members
Read the Terms of Reference for the Advisory Council