Primary training - Teaching RSE with Confidence in Primary Schools

20th March 2019

A one-day training course, providing participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to plan and deliver high quality, age appropriate Relationships and Sex Education in Primary Schools. The course is based on the award winning ‘Teaching SRE with Confidence in Primary Schools’ by CWP resources

During the day we will cover:

·        Update on new government guidance

·        Best classroom practice

·        Dealing with questions, setting ground rules and managing parental concerns

·        Developing age appropriate, whole school, RSE

·        Exploring quality resources and support

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Faith Schools can get it right

A new article in TES this week highlighted some really bad RSE practice in some faith schools, including policies that forbid the 'promotion of homosexuality' and discourage the use of tampons. https://www.tes.com/news/state-funded-faith-schools-say-gay-sex-unacceptable-masturbation-wrong-and-tampons

The article shows that pupils in some of the country's faith schools are really missing out on quality RSE that teaches about equality, is based on fact rather than opinion and has a positive approach to sex, sexuality and reproductive health.

My first question was 'When did they last review their policy?'. Seems like, as we approach the roll-out of statutory RSE by September 2019, that now is a great time for all schools to have a close look at their policy, curriculum and resources and make sure they are meeting the diverse needs of their pupils.

Hopefully the, soon to be released guidance from the Department for Education will contain clear expectations for all schools, including faith schools. 

 

RSE training - Primary Training Day - 20th March 2018

 

A one-day training course, providing participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to plan and deliver high quality, age appropriate Sex and Relationships Education in Primary Schools.

The course is based on the award winning ‘Teaching SRE with Confidence in Primary Schools’ by CWP Resources and will cover:

  • Best classroom practice
  • Dealing with questions, setting ground rules and managing parental concerns
  • Developing age appropriate, whole school, SRE programmes
  • Update policy and curriculum requirements

 

Date:

20/03/2018

Time:

9.45am – 3.30pm

Location:

Shelter, Garrett Street, London EC1

 

Cost:

£200 (including lunch)

 

Audience:

Primary PSHE coordinators/teachers

 

Contact:

Andrew Pembrooke

info@teachsre.co.uk

0208 405 9343

Tackling FGM in Primary Schools on Radio 4

Radio 4 discuss the importance of early lessons in SRE RSE and the need for training teachers. Visiting Norbury School to find out how they are using resources such as NSPCC's Pants and FPA's 'My Body My Rules' to bring awareness of FGM to the whole school community.

We can help your school do the same. Find out about our FGM awareness programmes here.

http://www.teachsre.co.uk/how-we-can-help/sre/training/
 

And listen to the programme here

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0522kz2

 

RSE training - Primary Training Day - 12th June 2017

 

A one-day training course, providing participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to plan and deliver high quality, age appropriate Sex and Relationships Education in Primary Schools.

The course is based on the award winning ‘Teaching SRE with Confidence in Primary Schools’ by CWP Resources and will cover:

  • Best classroom practice
  • Dealing with questions, setting ground rules and managing parental concerns
  • Developing age appropriate, whole school, SRE programmes
  • Update policy and curriculum requirements

 

Date:

12/06/2017

Time:

9.30am – 3.30pm

Location:

Shelter, Garrett Street, London EC1

 

Cost:

£200 (including lunch)

 

Audience:

Primary PSHE coordinators/teachers

 

Contact:

Andrew Pembrooke

info@teachsre.co.uk

0208 405 9343

FGM AWARENESS TRAINING

We are delighted that we are now able to offer a range of FGM awareness training programmes. Adaptable to whole day, half day and twilight sessions and with the following outcomes:

1.       To have a greater understanding of the practice of FGM, what it is, why it is practised and its consequences

2.       To understand the safeguarding implications of FGM and the school's safeguarding responsibilities

3.       To explore how to engage with the issue of FGM in the school community

Please contact us for more information or to book training for your school

email: info@teachsre.co.uk

Tel: 0208 405 9343

Teach SRE - Primary Training Day - 27th March 2017

 

A one-day training course, providing participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to plan and deliver high quality, age appropriate Sex and Relationships Education in Primary Schools.

The course is based on the award winning ‘Teaching SRE with Confidence in Primary Schools’ by CWP Resources and will cover:

  • Best classroom practice
  • Dealing with questions, setting ground rules and managing parental concerns
  • Developing age appropriate, whole school, SRE programmes
  • Update policy and curriculum requirements

 

Date:

27/03/2017

Time:

9.30am – 4pm

Location:

Shelter, Garrett Street, London EC1

 

Cost:

£200 (including lunch)

 

Audience:

Primary PSHE coordinators/teachers

 

Contact:

Andrew Pembrooke

info@teachsre.co.uk

0208 405 9343

 

UK Youth Parliament vote for 'Curriculum For Life'

Such good news that the UK Youth Parliament have chosen Curriculum for life as their priority campaign for 2017. Calls for statutory PSHE and SRE are coming more and more frequently and it is heartening that this call is coming directly from young people.

Lili Donlon-Mansbridge, aged 17, Member of Youth Parliament for Poole, said: “UK Youth Parliament is committed to pursuing a curriculum that prepares young people for life. We believe that the place of citizenship education and PSHE in the curriculum should be radically overhauled and next year Members of Youth Parliament will be campaigning to ensure this remains a priority”