In September 2020, schools must begin delivery of statutory Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education.
This event, taking place eight months before delivery begins, will help schools to make their final preparations ahead of this important change to the statutory curriculum.
We will hear from RSE, PSHE and wellbeing experts, including schools, about what is expected and required under the statutory guidance, how we can deliver both the letter and the spirit of the curriculum, and general practical tips, resources and ideas.
In addition, the event will touch upon themes of mental health and wellbeing, safeguarding, parental engagement, sensitive topics such as consent, pornography and other RSE issues, RSE & SEN education, age-appropriate teaching and LGBT+.
Good RSE and PSHE also helps schools to meet their safeguarding obligations and Ofsted is clear that schools must have a clear preventative programme that enables pupils to learn about safety and risks in relationships and modern life.
This conference will help schools to ensure they are ready to hit the ground running with their RSE and Health Education curriculum in September 2020.