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RSHE

A fully funded DfE programme with no cost to schools

Please note that training materials and resources will appear on the left hand menu. To access these resources and training material please book into a session below (scroll down) or contact RSHE@sfet.org.uk

Are you ready for RSHE statutory changes for September 2020? Relationships and Health Education will be compulsory for all primary school age pupils from this September. Register now to receive FREE Department for Education training and resources for your school and community. Click here to read DfE guidance regarding the support and training materials for schools; helping to train teachers on relationships, sex and health education. Scroll to the bottom of the page to download a list of subject experts/organisations that have been involved with the content for each DfE module.

South Farnham Teaching School has been selected by The Department for Education to deliver this central programme of support for schools in the South East. This is a fully funded DfE project with no cost to schools. The department expects schools to engage this training to ensure compliance across the sector in time for the statutory changes in September 2020.

Training will support schools in auditing their provision and training their own staff with a package of presentation materials and resources to ensure that the school is ready to deliver the new RSHE curriculum. These sessions will be virtual due to the current circumstances with the first two sessions live with Q&A opportunities and then also available recorded. We want to support your schools with getting RSHE ready in this difficult time.

Our programme comprises a ‘train the trainer’ and peer support model, using accredited DfE materials, to prepare teachers for the introduction of compulsory Relationships, Sex and Health Education in September 2020. Once you have attended the training you will then be able to deliver it to staff in your school. The training is aimed at PSHE/Inclusion leads.

Schools are required to put in place the key building blocks of healthy, respectful relationships, focusing on family and friendships, inclusion in all contexts, including online. This will sit alongside the essential understanding of how to be healthy. This is a specialist area of the curriculum, dealing with complex and sensitive issues and this training will help all teachers and leads of PSHE/RSHE to prepare for the compulsory implementation in September 2020.

Look below to book into our training and clinics. You will start with the introductory webinar before progressing onto the various modules. Due to popularity, sessions will be repeated. Please contact RSHE@sfet.org.uk if you experience any technical difficulties with a booking link:

Introductory Webinar - An introduction to statutory RSHE 

Once you have attended the above introductory webinar you will then move onto the modules. Some of these modules will be live online training sessions and others will be recorded and made available to you along with a question and answer online clinic to answer any questions that you might have. Remember, full resources are available enabling you to deliver the training within your own/other setting (left hand menu).

  • 11th June 2020               Completed
  • 14th July 2020                 Completed
  • 21st October 2020       Completed
  • 8th February 2021        Please click here to book 

To read government guidance regarding how to plan, develop and implement the new statutory curriculum. please click here.

Module One - Mental Health and Wellbeing

An online training session. All training resources and materials can be accessed using the left-hand side menu on this webpage.

 

Module Two - Changes in the adolescent body

Full training materials and a recorded presentation are available to access using the left-hand menu of this website. Question and answer clinics will enable you to ask any questions that you might have (or to request support) and can be booked below:

 

Module Three - Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco

Commonly Used Addictive Drugs — Recovery Binder

Full training materials and a recorded presentation are available to access using the left-hand menu of this website. Question and answer clinics will enable you to ask any questions that you might have (or to request support) and can be booked below:

 

Modules Four and Five - Health & Prevention and Basic First Aid

Full training materials and a recorded presentation will be available to access using the left-hand menu of this website prior to the first date listed. Question and answer clinics will enable you to ask any questions that you might have (or to request support) and can be booked below:

 

Modules Six, Seven and Eight - Caring Friendships, Respectful Relationships and Families

Respectful Relationships- Lead School Day NEMA - 4 SEP 2018

Full training materials and a recorded presentation will be available to access using the left-hand menu of this website prior to the first date listed. Question and answer clinics will enable you to ask any questions that you might have (or to request support) and can be booked below:

 

Modules Nine and Ten - Online Relationships and Internet Safety/Harm

Two children and a computer

Full training materials and a recorded presentation will be available to access using the left-hand menu of this website prior to the first date listed. Question and answer clinics will enable you to ask any questions that you might have (or to request support) and can be booked below:

 

Modules Eleven, Twelve and Thirteen - Being Safe, Healthy Eating and Physical Health and Fitness

8 Healthy Eating Activities for Kids

Full training materials and a recorded presentation will be available to access using the left-hand menu of this website prior to the first date listed. Question and answer clinics will enable you to ask any questions that you might have (or to request support) and can be booked below:

All training resources and materials can be accessed using the left-hand side menu on this webpage. 

Further modules will be added as the Department for Education release training materials to us. 

Contact RSHE@sfet.org.uk if you have any questions or for further support and advice

Britannia Community Primary School: PSHE

Other RSHE resources

We would  recommend visiting the PSHE Association website - the PSHE Association is the national membership body for PSHE teachers, and provides a range of resources, training and guidance to support the delivery of RSHE and broader PSHE education: www.pshe-association.org.uk’. 

Free downloadable resources available from other stakeholders that may be of interest to you or your schools:

  1. Principles of excellence in relationships education from the Family Stability Network.

And, to support RSHE teaching to pupils with SEND

  1. Lenny and Lily in Lockdown and Lenny and Lily Return to School are wordless books that promote mental wellbeing.
  2. The Sex Education Forum has developed advice and guidance and easy read principles to support delivery of RSHE for pupils with SEND
  3. The PSHE Association have updated their planning framework for pupils with SEND to cover the new statutory content, available on their SEND Hub. The DfE RSHE webinar and presentational materials are also available on this site.

The DfE contact details for all Teaching School RSHE support can be found here.

"What an amazing training experience this has been. The virtual training has been so informative and you covered so much in the sessions. I feel so much more confident about the school's approach to RSE. The resources that I have just glimpsed at look amazing. Thank you so much for all of your support".

Wave one participant autumn 2020