Webinars in this series are available to book onto directly from our calendar or commission as a series of individually.
Each webinar is designed to last for 75 minutes and is run using zoom.
- Webinars 1 and 2 are ideal for PSHE / RSHE leads and SLT.
- Webinar 3 is ideal for PSHE / RSHE leads, SLT and teaching staff
- Webinars 4 and 5 are ideal for PSHE / RSHE leads and teaching staff
The sessions are all interactive, with opportunities to learn from colleagues. Powerpoint presentations are provided for all courses.
1. Parental consultation and RSE
- Get an understanding of the legislative requirements for parental consultation about RSE
- Consider appropriate methods for consultation
- Identify how pupil consultation and parent consultation can work together to inform a schools' RSE provision
2. RSE definitions and building a developmental curriculum
- Consider what constitutes sex education and how to define relationships education and sex education separately
- Know the requirements from Government legislation in relation to RSE definitions and the developmental curriculum
- Explore what a developmental approach involves for learning about some specific aspects of RSE
- Identify features of high quality RSE, based on research evidence
3. Values for teaching RSE
- Consider the values that are relevant to RSE
- Reflect on what we bring to the RSE classroom in terms of personal values and lived experience
- Explore how to devise learning within safe boundaries, which enables pupils to discuss topics where there may be strongly held views
- Consider own support needs when teaching RSE
4. Practical techniques for teaching RSE
In this practical, activity-led course for teachers of RSE we explore:
- Techniques to support effective teaching and learning including using distancing techniques, questioning, and circle activities
- Creative ways to approach a selection of RSE topics, to support learners to access learning safely and inclusively
- Participatory activities to enable learners to demonstrate skills
5. Assessment in RSHE
- Consider creative ways to assess learning in RSE
- Identify assessment opportunities, supporting you to develop a curriculum informed by judicious assessment, responding to learners’ strengths and needs.
- Focus on ways to assess that enable learners to demonstrate, explain and justify without relying on the written word.
- This webinar will support you to incorporate meaningful assessment into your programme for learners with additional needs.
Book all five webinars or select from the series displayed in our calendar - the next series begins on 22 April 2021
The webinars are also available to commission for delivery within an individual school or local area. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
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