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Support for Remote Learning in PSHE



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This is a recording of our Support for Remote Learning in PSHE webinar session, covering:


  • Supporting pupils to learn at home in a sustainable way
  • Tips for managing wellbeing during isolation
  • Ongoing support for PSHE leads working from home

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Course description:

This webinar is for PSHE education leads and teachers planning and delivering primary RSE. This webinar will lead you through how to practically develop your school curriculum, taking into consideration statutory Relationships Education requirements as well as considering non-statutory elements. It will provide you with 4 key steps to follow, from long term planning (curriculum maps) to practical classroom activities.


The session will cover:


  • How statutory Relationships Education fits within the wider PSHE education curriculum
  • How to review and develop your school curriculum — ready for the upcoming statutory changes and beyond
  • How to plan effective lessons and resources to support planning, teaching and learning

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Course description:

This webinar is for PSHE education leads and teachers planning and delivering secondary RSE. You will explore how to develop your school curriculum, taking into consideration statutory Relationships and Sex Education requirements. This will equip you with a range tools to plan and deliver effective RSE, from long term planning to practical classroom activities.


The session will cover:


  • How Relationships and Sex Education fits within PSHE education
  • How to deliver effective and safe Relationships and Sex Education in the PSHE classroom
  • Resources to support planning, teaching and learning

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Course description

This webinar is for head teachers and other school leaders responsible for the implementation of Relationships Education and Health Education in primary schools. It will provide information and practical guidance on effective — and manageable — steps to take.


The session will cover:


  • How to prepare for the introduction of statutory Relationships Education (and Sex Education) within your school’s PSHE education
  • How to ensure policy and provision supports the needs of pupils
  • How to engage parents in the process
  • How work undertaken for statutory Relationships Education can provide evidence for Ofsted inspection

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Course description

This webinar is for head teachers and other school leaders responsible for the implementation of Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education at key stage 3 and 4. It will provide information and practical guidance on effective — and manageable — steps to take, including:


  • Policy writing
  • Engaging with parents
  • Curriculum planning
  • Ofsted requirements

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