Is your school ready to implement the new statutory RSE requirements?
The new guidance has greatest implication for secondary schools. Now is the time to ensure your school is ready to implement the new guidance. High quality, inclusive and relevant Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) can have a positive impact on pupil health and wellbeing, safeguarding and wider school statutory responsibilities. Attend this course and make sure your school is compliant with the requirements of the new legislation and delivering best practice RSE.
Attendees will leave this course with a whole-school action plan to coordinate their RSE actions, ensuring readiness for the new statutory requirements.
- Understand key requirements of the new RSE guidance for secondary schools, including legal duties and curriculum content.
- Know how to develop a strategic framework for RSE within your school.
- Identify high quality, effective RSE teaching, learning and assessment.
- Take a whole-school approach to embedding an effective RSE curriculum, that meets the bespoke needs of your school.
SLT, PSHE Leads, Teachers, Governors and TA’s from KS3 and KS4