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26 Sep

This course is now fully booked. Please contact us to be added to a reserve list.

The new Ofsted framework has many implications for PSHE education and for PSHE Leads, with more scope for focus on PSHE during inspections, so we have updated our highly popular ‘Get Ready for Ofsted’ course to make sure you and your school are ‘Ofsted ready’.


Who should attend:

PSHE leads and teachers in secondary schools inspected by Ofsted (including independent schools inspected by Ofsted rather than ISI). Please note the PSHE Association also runs the ‘Get Ready for ISI! Preparing your school's PSHE education for independent schools inspection’ training course.

Course overview:

Come along to our one-day CPD workshop and leave with a deeper understanding of:

  • The new common inspection framework and its implications for PSHE education
  • The unique contribution PSHE education makes to safeguarding and the school's evidence in key judgements, especially the new ‘personal development’ judgement as well as ‘quality of education’ ‘behaviour and attitudes’ and ‘leadership and management’
  • Best practice in PSHE education teaching and learning, including assessment and how best to gather and present evidence of pupils’ learning and progress
  • How PSHE education leads and teachers can ensure their programme and schemes of work are 'Ofsted-ready', including meeting the new statutory requirements for Relationships Education.
Course costs

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
03 Oct

This course will equip you with practical tips, guidance and resources to understand the place of PSHE in the school’s curriculum.

 

Who should attend:

This new course is suitable for any PSHE coordinator working in a primary school or equivalent setting. This includes those that have previously attended our other courses for primary schools.

Course overview:

This workshop will equip you with practical tips, guidance and resources to understand the place of PSHE in the school’s curriculum, including its importance for Ofsted inspections.

It will offer guidance to help you review your current PSHE provision and identify next steps for improvement planning; understand your role and how to be a more effective leader and manager of PSHE education; improve your school’s PSHE provision through best practice planning, teaching, assessment and evaluation.

100% of delegates who attended this course so far in 2019 thought it was either excellent or very good.

A previous delegate told us:
“I learned exactly what I need to do within my role as subject leader, a clear process to begin when I am back at school”
Course costs

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
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10 Oct

This free training day for PSHE leads will support you to plan and teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum.


Who should attend:

PSHE leads and coordinators and teachers working in the secondary phase or equivalent.

Course overview:

It can be difficult to know how to effectively challenge extremism, in all its forms, through education. This one-day training event aims to explore the factors which might make a child or young person vulnerable to radicalisation and increases understanding of the protective factors which PSHE education can develop. It also provides practical solutions to plan, develop and review your PSHE education curriculum provision to effectively safeguard learners. Funded by the Home Office, this free training day is aimed at PSHE coordinators to support the development of the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum. You will also receive a USB stick full of useful materials and resources.

Following the session, delegates will have:

  • awareness of the skills and attributes PSHE education develops to support resilience to extremist ideologies of all kinds
  • an increased understanding of extremism, the process of radicalisation and  of PSHE education’s role in safeguarding pupils, in line with schools’ statutory duties.
  • increased confidence in effectively mapping and planning curriculum provision across key stages
  • knowledge of resources to support safe and effective lesson delivery
  • awareness of how to manage challenges presented by this sensitive curriculum area
  • techniques for evidencing your school’s work on preventing extremism and radicalisation

Please complete the BSBT training registration form to register your interest in attending. We expect very high demand to attend these courses so unfortunately we are not able to guarantee a place at this stage.

Register your interest


Please read our booking and cancellation policy

16 Oct

This course will equip you with practical tips, guidance and resources to understand the place of PSHE in the school’s curriculum.

 

Who should attend:

New or aspiring secondary PSHE leads or more experienced leads looking for new ideas.

Course overview:

New or aspiring secondary PSHE leads or more experienced leads looking for new ideas will find the practical approach taken during this one day course highly refreshing.  You’ll explore your role both as leader and a manager and leave the course armed with ideas, brimming with confidence and ready to ensure that your pupils benefit from outstanding PSHE education.

Attending this workshop will enable you to:

  • Raise the profile of PSHE and evidence PSHE’s contribution to school improvement
  • Review your existing PSHE provision and plan for future development
  • Engage and motivate both colleagues and pupils
  • Plan and implement a PSHE education programme that works in your school’s context
  • Assess and evaluate the impact of PSHE education on your learners

100% of delegates who attended this course so far in 2019 thought it was excellent.

A previous delegate told us:
“Invaluable advice on moving forward to improve management, leadership, teaching and learning”
Course costs:

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
Purchase membership and ticket
Already a member? Login here.
07 Nov

This course for secondary PSHE leads will support you in developing the skills, knowledge and understanding to meet new statutory Health Education requirements within your PSHE curriculum, including teaching about mental health safely and effectively.


Who should attend:

PSHE leads who are based in a secondary school or equivalent setting.

Course overview:

Teaching about health and wellbeing is an integral part of a developmental PSHE education curriculum and contributes to safeguarding pupils.

The Health Education aspect of PSHE education will also be compulsory along with Relationships and Sex Education in secondary schools from 2020, and schools are encouraged to begin preparing now. This one-day training workshop will help you to evaluate your current health education provision in preparation for the new statutory requirements and guidance, with a particular focus on teaching about mental health and emotional wellbeing.

We will support you in developing the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to teach this crucial but challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum safely and effectively. You will also receive a USB stick packed full of useful materials and resources.

This workshop will enable you to:

  • Understand the importance of integrating health and wellbeing into a wider PSHE curriculum
  • Increase your confidence in teaching about and promoting mental health and emotional wellbeing within PSHE education
  • Develop and deliver age and stage appropriate lessons on a range of mental health issues such as managing strong feelings and stress
  • Explore a range of resources and activities you could use at school including our DfE funded mental health guidance and lesson plans.
Course costs

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
Purchase membership and ticket
Already a member? Login here.
07 Nov

This course for primary PSHE leads will support you in developing the skills, knowledge and understanding to meet new statutory Health Education requirements within your PSHE curriculum, including teaching about mental health safely and effectively.


Who should attend:

PSHE leads who are based in a primary school or equivalent setting.

Course overview:

Teaching about health and wellbeing is an integral part of a developmental PSHE education curriculum and contributes to safeguarding pupils.

The Health Education aspect of PSHE education will also be compulsory along with Relationships Education in primary schools from 2020, and schools are encouraged to begin preparing now. This one-day training workshop will help you to evaluate your current health education provision in preparation for the new statutory requirements and guidance, with a particular focus on teaching about mental health and emotional wellbeing.

We will support you in developing the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to teach this crucial but challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum safely and effectively. You will also receive a USB stick packed full of useful materials and resources.

This workshop will enable you to:

  • Understand the importance of integrating health and wellbeing into a wider PSHE curriculum
  • Increase your confidence in teaching about and promoting mental health and emotional wellbeing within PSHE education
  • Develop and deliver age and stage appropriate lessons on a range of mental health issues such as managing strong feelings and stress
  • Explore a range of resources and activities you could use at school including our DfE funded mental health guidance and lesson plans.
Course costs

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
Purchase membership and ticket
Already a member? Login here.
12 Nov

During this one day workshop we explore PSHE education through the lens of those teaching pupils with special educational needs

 

Who should attend:

PSHE leads and teachers working with learners with special educational needs in any setting.

Course overview:

The knowledge, skills and attributes developed through effective provision of PSHE are key to enabling pupils with special needs to access the broader curriculum, keep themselves safe and in preparing them for life and work.  However, making the PSHE curriculum meaningful and accessible to pupils with SEND can pose a challenge. During this one day workshop we explore PSHE education through the lens of those teaching pupils with special educational needs.  This includes a critical look at a range of teaching and learning strategies and available resources to ensure that we provide effective PSHE for these learners.

Attending this workshop will enable you to:

  • Understand how to effectively plan, teach and assess PSHE education
  • Interpret PSHE best practice for use within a variety of SEND contexts
  • Overcome key barriers to effective PSHE provision when working with pupils with SEND
  • Develop teaching strategies and access resources which ensure high quality provision

All delegates attending get to take a memory stick of useful resources back to their school and have plenty of opportunity to ask questions and meet other teachers. Lunch and morning refreshments are provided.

100% of people who attended this course in 2018 thought it was either excellent or very good.

A previous delegate told us:
“It is so good to have a course that is meaningful and relevant for special schools”  
Course costs:

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy

Working in partnership with our NASEN colleagues, all delegates who book on our SEND CPD workshops will receive a 10% reduction on NASEN membership. Please ensure that you indicate that you are a member of the PSHE Association in order to avail of this unique offer when making your application to join NASEN.

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19 Nov

This course includes guidance on planning, assessment and designing high quality PSHE lesson plans and explores using our secondary planning toolkit.

 

Who should attend:

This workshop is perfect for anyone planning or updating PSHE education lessons and schemes of work at key stages 3 and 4.

Course overview:

This course includes step by step guidance on long, medium and short term planning, how to integrate assessment in a meaningful and manageable way, how to design high quality PSHE lesson plans that will actively engage pupils and that reflect best practice in PSHE teaching and learning.

The day will also cover:

  • The key principles of effective PSHE education.
  • Step by step guidance on long, medium and short term planning.
  • Integrating assessment in a meaningful and manageable way.
  • Choosing and adapting resources.
  • Designing high quality PSHE education lesson plans that will actively engage learners.
  • One-to-one advice

95% of delegates who attended our 'Planning your School's PSHE Education Programme (Key stage 3 & 4)' course in 2018 thought it was either excellent or very good.

A previous delegate told us:
“I genuinely felt this was one of the most useful insets I have attended”
Course costs:

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
Purchase membership and ticket
Already a member? Login here.
20 Nov

This course is now fully booked. Please contact us to be added to a reserve list.

This one day training event will help you to evaluate your current relationships and sex education provision in preparation for the new statutory requirements.

 

Who should attend:

PSHE leads and coordinators and teachers working in the secondary phase or equivalent.

Course overview:

Teaching about relationships and sex is an integral part of a developmental PSHE education curriculum which contributes to safeguarding pupils. An effective approach will equip young people with the skills they need to successfully manage the potential challenges of relationships in the modern world. In March 2017, the government announced its intention to make relationships and sex education statutory for all pupils in key stages 3 and 4, in all types of school. This one day training event will help you to evaluate your current relationship and sex education provision in preparation for the new statutory requirements. It will focus on safe and effective planning, delivery and assessment of relationships and sex education as part of the PSHE curriculum. You will also receive a USB stick full of useful materials and resources.

Over 95% of delegates who attended this course so far in 2019 thought it was either excellent or very good.

A previous delegates told us:
“Excellent resources and clarity of information, delivered in a way that could easily be communicated to other staff and students alike”
Course costs

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
04 Dec

This one day training event will help you to evaluate your current relationships and sex education provision in preparation for the new statutory requirements.

 

Who should attend:

PSHE leads and coordinators and teachers working in the secondary phase or equivalent.

Course overview:

Teaching about relationships and sex is an integral part of a developmental PSHE education curriculum which contributes to safeguarding pupils. An effective approach will equip young people with the skills they need to successfully manage the potential challenges of relationships in the modern world. In February 2019, the government published guidance which will make Relationships and Sex Education statutory from September 2020 for all pupils in key stages 3 and 4, in all types of school. This one day training event will help you to evaluate your current relationship and sex education provision in preparation for the new statutory requirements. It will focus on safe and effective planning, delivery and assessment of relationships and sex education as part of the PSHE curriculum. You will also receive a USB stick full of useful materials and resources.

Over 95% of delegates who attended this course so far in 2019 thought it was either excellent or very good.

A previous delegates told us:
“Excellent resources and clarity of information, delivered in a way that could easily be communicated to other staff and students alike”
Course costs

You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:

  • Existing members can log in and book this course for £265. If you are booking on behalf of an existing member and don’t have their login details you can still book by calling us on 020 7922 7950 instead.
  • Non-members can simply sign up for membership (£125 for organisational; £50 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
  • Please read our booking and cancellation policy
Purchase membership and ticket
Already a member? Login here.
06 Dec

This free training day for PSHE leads will support you to plan and teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum.


Who should attend:

PSHE leads and coordinators and teachers working in the secondary phase or equivalent.

Course overview:

It can be difficult to know how to effectively challenge extremism, in all its forms, through education. This one-day training event aims to explore the factors which might make a child or young person vulnerable to radicalisation and increases understanding of the protective factors which PSHE education can develop. It also provides practical solutions to plan, develop and review your PSHE education curriculum provision to effectively safeguard learners. Funded by the Home Office, this free training day is aimed at PSHE coordinators to support the development of the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum. You will also receive a USB stick full of useful materials and resources.

Following the session, delegates will have:

  • awareness of the skills and attributes PSHE education develops to support resilience to extremist ideologies of all kinds
  • an increased understanding of extremism, the process of radicalisation and  of PSHE education’s role in safeguarding pupils, in line with schools’ statutory duties.
  • increased confidence in effectively mapping and planning curriculum provision across key stages
  • knowledge of resources to support safe and effective lesson delivery
  • awareness of how to manage challenges presented by this sensitive curriculum area
  • techniques for evidencing your school’s work on preventing extremism and radicalisation

Please complete the BSBT training registration form to register your interest in attending. We expect very high demand to attend these courses so unfortunately we are not able to guarantee a place at this stage.

Register your interest


Please read our booking and cancellation policy

12 Dec

This free training day for PSHE leads will support you to plan and teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum.


Who should attend:

PSHE leads and coordinators and teachers working in the secondary phase or equivalent.

Course overview:

It can be difficult to know how to effectively challenge extremism, in all its forms, through education. This one-day training event aims to explore the factors which might make a child or young person vulnerable to radicalisation and increases understanding of the protective factors which PSHE education can develop. It also provides practical solutions to plan, develop and review your PSHE education curriculum provision to effectively safeguard learners. Funded by the Home Office, this free training day is aimed at PSHE coordinators to support the development of the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum. You will also receive a USB stick full of useful materials and resources.

Following the session, delegates will have:

  • awareness of the skills and attributes PSHE education develops to support resilience to extremist ideologies of all kinds
  • an increased understanding of extremism, the process of radicalisation and  of PSHE education’s role in safeguarding pupils, in line with schools’ statutory duties.
  • increased confidence in effectively mapping and planning curriculum provision across key stages
  • knowledge of resources to support safe and effective lesson delivery
  • awareness of how to manage challenges presented by this sensitive curriculum area
  • techniques for evidencing your school’s work on preventing extremism and radicalisation

Please complete the BSBT training registration form to register your interest in attending. We expect very high demand to attend these courses so unfortunately we are not able to guarantee a place at this stage.

Register your interest


Please read our booking and cancellation policy

12 Dec

This free training day for PSHE leads will support you to plan and teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum.


Who should attend:

PSHE leads and coordinators and teachers working in the secondary phase or equivalent.

Course overview:

It can be difficult to know how to effectively challenge extremism, in all its forms, through education. This one-day training event aims to explore the factors which might make a child or young person vulnerable to radicalisation and increases understanding of the protective factors which PSHE education can develop. It also provides practical solutions to plan, develop and review your PSHE education curriculum provision to effectively safeguard learners. Funded by the Home Office, this free training day is aimed at PSHE coordinators to support the development of the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to teach this controversial and challenging aspect of the PSHE education curriculum. You will also receive a USB stick full of useful materials and resources.

Following the session, delegates will have:

  • awareness of the skills and attributes PSHE education develops to support resilience to extremist ideologies of all kinds
  • an increased understanding of extremism, the process of radicalisation and  of PSHE education’s role in safeguarding pupils, in line with schools’ statutory duties.
  • increased confidence in effectively mapping and planning curriculum provision across key stages
  • knowledge of resources to support safe and effective lesson delivery
  • awareness of how to manage challenges presented by this sensitive curriculum area
  • techniques for evidencing your school’s work on preventing extremism and radicalisation

Please complete the BSBT training registration form to register your interest in attending. We expect very high demand to attend these courses so unfortunately we are not able to guarantee a place at this stage.

Register your interest


Please read our booking and cancellation policy