Selecting and working with visitors and speakers — guidance for schools

Selecting and working with visitors and speakers — guidance for schools

This guidance document gives important advice on ensuring external visitors and speakers make a safe and effective contribution to a school’s PSHE programme, which maximises learning and pupil engagement.

Working with External Contributors to PSHE Education outlines strategies for promoting active learning in sessions involving visitors or external speakers and being selective — to ensure they add value to the programme and avoid negative impacts on learning. The Initial planning checklist provided alongside these strategies helps teachers to direct their preparation and research to ensure that pupils learn safely and effectively. The document also includes a template for recording and evaluating external contributions and examples of effective practice.

You may also be interested in a SecEd article by Anne Bell — one of our Subject Specialists : Booking a PSHE speaker? Read this first...

Date uploaded: 09 Oct 2018

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