Primary Relationships and Sex Education:

FAO: All primary headteachers/PSHE leads/teachers and governors

Get Ready for Statutory

We’re investing in the highest quality training for the teachers who will be responsible for introducing statutory relationships and health education and the optional sex education subjects (RSHE) in primary schools. The Sex Education Forum believes that quality RSE education should:

  • Be positively inclusive in terms of gender, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, culture, age, religion or belief or other life-experience;
  • Include the development of skills to support healthy and safe relationships and ensure good communication about these issues;
  • Promote a critical awareness of the different attitudes and views on sex and relationships within society such as peer norms and those portrayed in the media;
  • Provide opportunities for reflection in order to nurture personal values based on mutual respect and care;

Their ‘Get Ready for Statutory’ Training usually takes place in London and costs over £200. We’ve asked them to deliver it in Northumberland at a very reduced rate. Participants will work individually and in groups to explore the implications of statutory status and identify realistic, achievable goals for their school. The session will be interactive, with opportunities to trial resources and learn from colleagues. We have a few places still remaining for Alnwick Garden on 13 November ’19. Please sign up if you haven’t already. It is a full day and lunch is included. The cost is £25 per participant.

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