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:: Hertfordshire SRE Summit (Sex and Relationships Education) ::
Outline
The fully funded SRE Summit for Hertfordshire’s primary, secondary and special schools will showcase the national and local context and best practice in Sex and Relationships Education. This conference will provide opportunities for schools to review curriculum models (as requested by schools attending the 2015 summit) as well as considering the need to teach safeguarding through PSHE/SRE as recommended in 'Keeping Children Safe in Education' DfE 2015. In addition there will be displays and input from local and national providers on inclusion in SRE, pupil voice and peer to peer abuse and we will consider the delivery of key curriculum content, including puberty, love, consent, honour based violence, FGM, forced marriage and domestic violence.
Prerequisites
Delegates will need to bring school SRE policy and procedures for reference
Outcomes:
By attending the course participants will:
  • update on national and local issues and provision
  • participate in workshops introducing packaged models for curriculum delivery
  • update knowledge of key learning outcomes for children and young people
  • identify best practice in SRE delivery, assessment and monitoring in primary and secondary sectors
  • recognise the need for updating the curriculum to meet new challenges and new duties
Suitable for:
  • All Leaders
Price No charge - for Hertfordshire schools and staff in relevant organisations
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