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Impact of effective PSHE on behaviour, well-being and attainment: a whole school approach

 
Impact of effective PSHE on behaviour, well-being and attainment: a whole school approach
Online course

Book for 10 December

Fees
Member - £149
Non-Member - £230

Facilitator - Lisa Handy

This half-day online course delivered by Coram Life Education & Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience, Friendship (SCARF) will provide delegates with evidence-based, key principles for embedding a whole-school approach to PSHE.

Children's emotional health and well-being has a huge impact on their ability to learn, their behaviour and achievement. A whole-school approach, underpinned by strong leadership and management, is key to achieving this.

This course will:
•    Introduce key principles for embedding a whole-school approach to PSHE
•    Discuss how the DfE statutory requirements for RSHE are integral to the PSHE curriculum
•    Give practical steps to meeting Ofsted's expectations for Personal Development (including Spiritual,  Moral, Social and Culteral development [SMSC])
•    Highlight effective strategic planning to support staff well-being and reduce workload

We will use a range of interactive techniques and resources to ensure our training gives you what you need to plan, prepare and deliver effective PSHE in your school.

Audience

Head teachers and senior leaders in primary, secondary and 6th forms from maintained, academies, independent, special and alternative provision settings

Aims

This training session will cover:

  • Evidence-based, key principles for embedding a whole school approach to PSHE
  • How the DfE statutory requirements for RSHE are integral to the PSHE curriculum
  • Meeting Ofsted's expectations for Personal Development (​including SMSC ​) 
  • Effective strategic planning to support staff well-being and ​reduce workload

 Objectives

  • Step-by-step evaluation of PSHE in your school, incorporating DfE statutory RSHE requirements, and expectations for Personal Development, SMSC and British Values
  • Guidance on curriculum design and implementation to support the well-being of the subject leader and teaching staff
  • Assess and develop the confidence and skills of staff to ensure high quality teaching
  • Understand the 8 key principles for pupil emotional health and well-being, underpinned by effective leadership & management

Facilitator

Lisa Handy

Lisa Handy is a qualified Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) educator, trainer and consultant with over 20 years' experience of designing and delivering RSE programmes and training, building the confidence and skills of staff and school leaders delivering RSE in schools and the community. She has previously worked for Brook and the Sex Education Forum and is now employed with Coram Life Education & SCARF as RSHE manager, and with Dorset Health Care (NHS) as RSE Lead.