The benefits of membership

This year’s event is particularly timely given the introduction of statutory relationships and sex education – and potentially PSHE in its entirety – in all schools, and we will bring you the latest policy and practice updates to ensure you and your schools are as prepared as can be. We will publish further details as they are finalised.



Audience

Suitable for primary and secondary PSHE teachers and leads; school leadership teams; local authorities and academy chains; SENCOs; school nurses; and PSHE education service providers.


Event details

We’re still finalising our agenda and will add more detail here once agreed, but the following will give you a flavour of what you can expect from this year’s events:

  • National policy updates, including a keynote fromIan Bauckham CBE - the government’s education advisor for PSHE and RSE, who and is leading the Department for Education review into the status and content of the subject. We are therefore delighted to welcome Ian as a keynote speaker to our London and Leeds events. The recent PSHE and RSE call-for-evidence received over 20,000 responses, and Ian conducted a series of roundtable events with leading organisations to inform the future of PSHE, so we really look forward to hearing what he has to say.
  • A choice of practical workshops: delegates can choose from a range of practical workshops on some of the most pressing areas of PSHE, and attend two on the day. We will publish our full workshop line-up shortly but are aiming to run sessions on preparing for RSE through PSHE; mental health and social media; media literacy/fake news; economic wellbeing and fraud; workshops for colleagues in SEND settings and much more.
  • Launch of new RSE resources: we will launch our ‘Preparing for Statutory RSE: PSHE Leads' Packs for both primary and secondary colleagues, essential ‘how to’ guides to build your confidence around the statutory changes. We will also run workshops on the day about putting the guidance into practice. These major new resources will guide you through how to ensure effective relationships and sex education (or ‘relationships education’ at primary) in your school. The tools are designed to provide what you need to implement RSE within your PSHE programme, whether you are starting from scratch or giving your programme an update in time for the increased expectations of statutory status. They will cover everything from assessing student needs, to writing an RSE policy, to communicating with parents and training up your colleagues.
  • Live performance of 'The Talk': there will be a performance of the critically-acclaimed RSE play ‘The Talk’ – based on interviews with almost 100 people of all ages on their experiences of relationships and sex education and figures central to its increased priority on the school curriculum.Watch the trailer and read the playwright’s blog for a flavour of what to expect. 
  • Best practice and latest research: we will hear from an inspirational PSHE lead about what works in her schools and will have a variety of speakers bringing you the latest research on young people's health and media use.
  • A variety of exhibitors: there will be a great line up of exhibitors highlighting PSHE resources that have achieved our Quality Mark.

Location Details

LONDON CONFERENCE – 21 JUNE
Location
Holiday Inn London Regent's Park
Carburton Street
London W1W 5EE




LEEDS CONFERENCE – 28 JUNE
Location
The Queens
City Square
Leeds LS1 1PJ





Exhibition and marketing opportunities

There are a number of exhibition and marketing opportunities available. With over 160 attendees expected at each event this is a great chance to reach an audience of engaged PSHE professionals. You can find out more about these and the costs involved by downloading the pack below: