Leave with a free whole-school approach action plan to help coordinate your journey towards statutory RSHE and receive free RSHE e-bulletins throughout the new academic year to guide you step-by step through your journey towards statutory RSHE.
All schools must meet the new statutory requirements of the Relationships, Relationships and Sex (RSE) and Health Education guidance. Schools are being encouraged to become ‘early adopters’ by the DfE, and must be completely compliant by September 2020. Key aspects are in scope for Ofsted inspection.
Why not get one step ahead?
Book your place on the FREE Statutory RSHE: Let’s Get Started! Briefing.
Benefits of attending:
- Be briefed on the requirements of the new statutory guidance – find out what you need to do
- Opportunity to complete a statutory RSHE compliance calculator – Benchmark your starting point and identify your priority actions
- Summary of the Educator Solutions programme of support
- Meet our Teaching and Learning Advisor specialising in RSHE, Josie Rayner-Wells who will be supporting Norfolk Schools on their journey towards statutory RSHE.
Free of charge
High Level Teaching Assistants, Senior Leaders, Middle Leaders, Headteachers, Deputy Heads, NQTs,Classroom Teachers, Subject Leaders, Leadership Team, Governors RSHE.