Adapting RSE for SEN and Non- Mainstream settings – Practitioner Training

Adapting RSE for SEN and Non- Mainstream settings – Practitioner Training

**Due to the current unprecedented situation with COVID-19, the Leicestershire Health Schools Programme will be continuing providing training for schools but via webinar (MS Teams, Zoom Skype etc..) until further notice.

We have made arrangements with all of our training providers to be flexible in their delivery as new guidance emerges.

Adapting RSE for SEN and Non- Mainstream settings – Practitioner Training

Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2021, 09:30 - 16:00

Venue: Online Via Zoom

This one-day training course will develop participants knowledge, skills, competencies and confidence to deliver high quality Relationships and Sex Education.

The course will include an update on policy and curriculum requirements and lesson planning and will look at the principles behind developing age-appropriate whole school RSE programmes but will focus more on practical classroom pedagogy.

We will look at 'What works' when teaching PSHE best practice in the classroom and effective approaches teaching topics. We will focus some the age / stage appropriate needs that practitioners have identified are current for their learners and may therefore discuss topics such as: consent, positive relationships, body image, pornography, sexting, contraception and STI, accessing local services, and ways to respond to challenging questions that might arise when meeting the expectations of the DfE RSHE Guidance – and more!

Booking

There is a cancellation fee (£25.00) for any place which is cancelled within five working days of the session without extenuating circumstances and if the place cannot be filled.