Our Advisory Council are drawn from our membership, and ensure that the views of our members are reflected in the work we do. The Advisory Council also offers practical advice on how we can best support the PSHE education community as a whole.
Council members are education professionals from a range of backgrounds with a shared commitment to PSHE education, including teachers working across a range of settings, local authority leads, and consultants. They contribute a variety of expertise, from curriculum design and effective teaching, to specialist knowledge in areas such as mental health and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Find out more about our council members below.