PSHE is a planned programme of learning opportunities and experiences that help young people grow and develop as individuals and as members of families and communities.
Government guidance requires all schools to teach relationships education or relationships and sex education and health education.
The National PSHE CPD Programme will lead participants through the areas necessary to have a confident, accurate and up-to-date knowledge, appreciation and understanding of PSHE along with associated research, guidance and pedagogy.
6 virtual sessions will enable participants to apply an evidence-based approach to their teaching and strategic developments.
PSHE additional support opportunities
Your school, group of schools or MAT can purchase an in-school introductory overview of the now finalised statutory requirements, led by the Strategic Lead for PSHE.
This session would comprise a 1.5 hour briefing, providing opportunities for leaders and staff to:
- explore the statutory guidance for relationships, sex and health education curriculum requirement from 2020
- identify key implications of this implementation, including school policy and governance
- carry out an audit to identify the next steps for the school(s)
Costs of this support will vary according to the size of the group. For further information on this, please contact our PSHE Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.