PSHE Association Annual Conference 26 June 2014
This conference is now fully booked.
You’ve told us that you want our conferences to provide practical support and advice on the elements of PSHE
education you find the most challenging to teach, including:
- Change, loss and bereavement
- Body confidence and self-esteem
- Staying safe online
- Healthy relationships
- Sexual orientation and gender
- Eating disorders and self-harm
A key factor which unites these issues is their relationship with pupil mental health and emotional wellbeing. This was the biggest concern that you expressed in our 2013 annual survey, which is why we have made it our 2014 annual conference theme.
As well as focusing on the topics listed above, the conference will also provide practical advice on aspects of mental
health and emotional wellbeing relevant to all parts of PSHE education including:
- Building self-esteem, resilience, and strategies to help
pupils manage their own mental health
Knowing how to ensure pupils get pastoral and specialist support if they make a disclosure
- Understanding mental illness including addressing mental health stigma and discrimination
- Seeing PSHE education as part of a whole school approach to pupil mental health and emotional wellbeing, and raising standards
You will leave with:
- Practical resources which you can use immediately
- Ideas on how to assess and evidence learning in your PSHE provision in relation to mental health and
- Advice on how to create an emotionally safe environment for learning
- Ideas on how to ensure you have the evidence you will need for school inspections
teachers and leads; and those who seek to improve PSHE provision within school
leadership teams and local authorities.
|Hands-on workshops, inspirational and informative speakers, quality assured exhibitors and numerous opportunities to network and share practice with other practitioners.
Full events schedule available now
|Prices (for members)
Schools Minister Lord Nash:
This will be the first major speech on PSHE
education from a Government Minister in a number of years and therefore
a valuable opportunity for delegates to hear about the subject from a
Janet Palmer HMI, Ofsted's National Lead for PSHE education
will present a keynote focusing on safeguarding and tackling prejudiced-based bullying through PSHE education.
You will have the opportunity to attend 2 workshops from the list below, based on the preferences you gave us when booking.
PSHE education and pupil wellbeing in the primary phase
Promoting self-esteem, including positive body image
Supporting PSHE education: the local authority perspective
Promoting healthy relationships and addressing abuse and exploitation through PSHE education
Teaching and talking about eating disorders and self-harm with confidence
Sexual orientation and gender identity: the role of PSHE education
Keeping safe and emotionally healthy in the online world
Addressing change, loss and bereavement through PSHE education
An introduction to developing resilience
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