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Personal Social Health and Economic education

HEP Training 2020-21: Using the HEP Primary PSHE Framework

Using the HEP Primary PSHE Framework

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Schools London programmes in Barnet, Barking and Dagenham, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.

Date:      Tuesday 3rd November 2020
Format: Online via Zoom
Time:      1pm to 3.30pm
Audience / For:   PSHE Leads
Cost:       FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, your school needs to be registered with Healthy Schools London. To register with Healthy Schools London please go to https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/health/healthy-schools-london/awards/register

Introduction:
Relationships and Health Education is statutory for all primary schools from September 2020. Many schools have been delivering a programme of PSHE education (personal, social, health and economic education) for a number of years and are encouraged to continuing doing so, ensuring that they cover the new statutory requirements. HEP have updated their PSHE and Wellbeing Framework for primary schools in line with the DfE statutory guidance and mapped closely to the PSHE Association’s Programme of Study. This session will help schools to use the framework to support the implementation of effective PSHE.

The training will focus on:

  • Introducing the PSHE framework, resource and book list
  • Looking at planning a series of lessons using the framework and resource list as a starting point
  • Looking at mapping assessment and recording opportunities across a series of lessons

Links to Healthy Schools London awards
To achieve the Healthy Schools Bronze award schools must evidence that they are delivering PSHE and EWMH in the curriculum and meeting the statutory guidance from the DfE. The school should have an SLT lead and subject lead for PSHE, an up to date policy, a planned curriculum with assessment opportunities and methods of recording and reporting.

To Apply: To book a place, please complete our online booking form via the following link: http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/120199

HEP Training 2020-21: Using the HEP Secondary PSHE Framework

Using the HEP Secondary PSHE Framework

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Schools London programmes in Barnet, Barking and Dagenham, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.

Date:      Thursday 5th November 2020
Format: Online via Zoom
Time:      9:30 to 12pm
Audience / For:    PSHE Leads
Cost:       FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, your school needs to be registered with Healthy Schools London. To register with Healthy Schools London please go to https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/health/healthy-schools-london/awards/register

Introduction:
Relationships, Sex and Health Education is statutory for all secondary schools from September 2020. Many schools have been delivering a programme of PSHE education (personal, social, health and economic education) for a number of years and are encouraged to continuing doing so, ensuring that they cover the new statutory requirements. HEP have updated their PSHE and Wellbeing Framework for secondary schools in line with the DfE statutory guidance and mapped closely to the PSHE Association’s Programme of Study. This session will help schools to use the framework to support the implementation of effective PSHE.

The training will focus on:

  • Introducing the PSHE framework and resource list
  • Looking at planning a series of lessons using the framework and resource list as a starting point
  • Looking at mapping assessment and recording opportunities across a series of lessons

Links to Healthy Schools London awards
To achieve the Healthy Schools Bronze award schools must evidence that they are delivering PSHE Education and EWMH in the curriculum and meeting the statutory guidance from the DfE. The school should have an SLT lead and subject lead for PSHE, an up to date policy, a planned curriculum with assessment opportunities and methods of recording and reporting.

To Apply: To book a place, please complete our online booking form via the following link: http://services2schools.org.uk/Event/120205

HEP Training 2020-21: Secondary PSHE Education Network

Secondary PSHE Education Network

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Schools London programmes in Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.

Date:      Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Format: Online via Zoom
Time:      1pm – 3.30pm
Audience / For:  PSHE Leads
Cost:       FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, your school needs to be registered with Healthy Schools London. To register with Healthy Schools London please go to https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/health/healthy-schools-london/awards/register

Introduction:
Half termly network meetings for PSHE Leads. In September 2020 Relationships and Health Education becomes statutory in Secondary schools. These meetings will focus on different areas of implementation including curriculum, staff confidence, assessment and resources. Resources will be shared with schools and partners are invited to talk through the support available.

The meeting will focus on:

  • Sharing good practice
  • Presentation from partners
  • Update on resources/CPD available
  • Focused section on one topic area e.g. assessment in PSHE education (details of the focus area will be sent to schools)

Links to Healthy Schools London awards
PSHE Education is one of the four key strands of Healthy Schools and for the Bronze award schools must demonstrate that they are delivering planned, effective PSHE Education across all year groups.

To Apply: To book a place, please complete our online booking form via the following link: https://services2schools.org.uk/Event/120314

HEP Training 2020-21: Primary PSHE Education Network

Primary PSHE Education Network

This training is delivered by Health Education Partnership and supports the Healthy Schools London programmes in Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster.

Date:      Wednesday 2nd December 2020
Format: Online via Zoom
Time:      9:30am – 12pm
Audience / For:  PSHE Leads
Cost:       FREE

To be eligible to attend this training, your school needs to be registered with Healthy Schools London. To register with Healthy Schools London please go to https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/health/healthy-schools-london/awards/register

Introduction:
Half termly network meetings for PSHE Leads. In September 2020 Relationships and Health Education becomes statutory in Primary schools. These meetings will focus on different areas of implementation including curriculum, staff confidence, assessment and resources. Resources will be shared with schools and partners are invited to talk through the support available.

The meeting will focus on:

  • Sharing good practice
  • Presentation from partners
  • Update on resources/CPD available
  • Focused section on one topic area e.g. assessment in PSHE education (details of the focus area will be sent to schools)

Links to Healthy Schools London awards
PSHE Education is one of the four key strands of Healthy Schools and for the Bronze award schools must demonstrate that they are delivering planned, effective PSHE Education across all year groups.

To Apply: To book a place, please complete our online booking form via the following link: https://services2schools.org.uk/Event/120313

RSHE Guide & Teacher training resources

The Department for Education has published their implementation guide for RSHE and a suite of training modules.
The ‘Plan your RSHE curriculum’ guide (which serves as implementation guidance) is available here.
The training modules are available   here  and include the topics:

Young Citizens GoGivers – Free Access

Thanks to the generosity of Pears foundation, Young Citizens are able to offer all UK primary schools free access to Go-Givers throughout the 2020/21 academic year. This funding saves you the usual subscription rate of £399, allowing every teacher nationwide to benefit from over a hundred lesson and assembly plans that address the spiritual moral social cultural development of our youngest citizens.

To take advantage of this opportunity, proceed to register your school by clicking here  and completing your details. Go to the payment options page and make sure to enter the code pears20-21 in the discount code box at the top of page, above ‘pay by credit card’. Your order summary should then show the full discount applied.