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Building a new approach to PHSE

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This 3-hour online course will explore what a recovery response means for your school over the following year, considering how your PSHE curriculum might need to adapt to the changing needs and concerns of pupils. Delegates will discuss long term strategies needed for supporting children and young people not only to return safely to school, but to thrive in all aspects of education, given current set-backs.

Aims

  • Understand the role of PSHE education in a recovery-centred approach
  • Explore how to respond to the evolving needs of young people whilst covering the statutory changes for RSHE
  • Develop medium and long term plan approaches in response to coronavirus in PSHE education 

Objectives

  • The needs of children and young people in response to coronavirus
  • The role of PSHE education in developing a recovery curriculum, including safe and effective practice
  • Medium term and long term planning solutions to children’s current needs, including effective use of assessment
  • Incorporating statutory requirements into future development plans

Facilitator

PSHE Association Subject Specialists

Audience

School Leaders including:  Executive Heads, Principals, Head of School and Head Teachers. Deputy and Assistant Heads with interest in PSHE and career development PSHE school Leads

PSHE Association chief executive Jonathan Baggaley shares his views

We have partnered with the PSHE Association to deliver this course to prepare school leaders and PSHE leads for these historic changes -  here Jonathan Baggaley, chief executive of the PSHE Association, shares his thoughts.

Locations and Dates

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