The Sex Education Forum are proud to be partnering with Kingston Grammar School and It Happens to create a Countdown to RSE conference tailored for the independent sector.
Relationships and Sex Education is changing. From September 2020, all independent schools will be required to teach Relationships and Sex Education that is compliant with new Government guidance.
This one-day conference brings together leading academics, inspirational teachers and RSE specialists to ensure your school is ready to deliver high quality RSE that is aligned with your school values and meets the needs of pupils.
Delegates will find out:
- How the new guidance will affect your school
- What you can do to improve the quality of teaching and learning
- Options for integrating pastoral care and curriculum delivery
- The value of starting early
- The impact on pupil wellbeing and achievement
- Opportunities for cross-curricula learning
- What best practice schools are doing
- Where to access resources and support
This conference has been tailored to meet the needs of independent schools including prep, senior, day, boarding, mixed and single-sex schools. Delegates can opt to attend 3 of 12 practical workshops on themes including: assessment, curriculum planning, LGBT+ inclusion, parental engagement, faith and RSE, integrating pastoral care and laying foundations in prep schools.
Who should attend?
- Teaching staff
- Heads of PSHE, DSLs
- Deputy Heads
- House Masters/Mistresses
- Tutors, Pastoral/Support staff,
- *NEW* Student ambassadors (6th Form)
- Lucy Emmerson, Director, Sex Education Forum
- Dr Margot Waddell, Fellow of British Psychoanalytic Society, author of 'Adolescence and other stories', 'Inside Lives' and 'Understanding your 12-14 year old'
- Dr Eleanor Draegar, specialist doctor in Genitourinary Medicine (Sexual Health and HIV), Senior Trainer, Sex Education Forum
- Alexandra Fryer & Amy Forbes-Roberston, It Happens (formally Alexandra Fryer)
- Lanesborough Prep school, Wimbledon High School, Oakham School, Sevenoaks School