Preparing for statutory Relationships Education within your primary PSHE curriculum (Key stages 1 & 2), London, 18 May 2018Back to events listing
Unfortunately this course is now full, but please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the waiting list. This course will be running again in London on 11th October 2018 and in Bristol on 28th November.
This one day training event will help you to evaluate your current relationship education provision in light of the new government guidance.
Who should attend:
PSHE leads and coordinators and teachers working in the primary phase or equivalent.
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 Education statutory for all pupils in key stages 1 and 2, in all types of school. This one day training event will help you to evaluate your current provision in light of the new government guidance. 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.
100% of delegates who attended this course so far in 2018 thought it was either excellent or very good.
A previous delegates told us:
“Fantastic course, very informative and explained very well”
You need to be a PSHE Association member to book on this training:
- Existing members can log in and book this course for £245. 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 (£120 for organisational; £45 for individuals) and the event at the same time using our short form.
- Please read our booking and cancellation policy