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:: Relationships, (Sex) and Health Education Conference: A Route Map for the New Primary Statutory Curriculum ::
Statutory provision of relationship and health education is coming fast and is intended to contribute to our safeguarding of pupils. This timely conference will bring together primary colleagues to explore the new requirements in detail and to help schools plan their route in policy and curriculum development, enabling delivery to begin as recommended by DfE, from September 2019. A whole-school approach is needed and we will be answering questions, including: What are the policy requirements under the new legislation? How might the statutory and non-statutory elements help pupils understand their bodies and emotions, stay safe and approach their future confidently? What curriculum models could we use? How will we embed relationships education into existing PSHE and/or the wider curriculum? What resources are available that will help? How do we consult with and support parents in our delivery of relationships education? What changes to our health education will need to be made? What are the inclusion and equality implications? What are the sensitive issues and how do we build staff confidence?
By attending the event, participants will:
  • clarify the implications of the new statutory duty
  • gain insight into the options available to schools in delivering relationships education or relationships and sex education and health education
  • access guidance on policy revision and models for delivery for the new statutory duty
  • become more aware of resources and support that is available to schools
  • have the opportunity to consider the best strategy for moving forward
Suitable for:
  • all Leaders
  • Heads of Department/Faculty
  • Heads of Year
  • Headteachers
  • INCos/ SENCos
  • Middle Leaders
  • Senior Leaders
Price £152
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