This twilight session, aimed at middle leaders with responsibility for PSHE and/or sex and relationships education, will cover the importance of developing a coherent programme of sex and relationship education, specifically at Key Stage 2.
It will help teachers to:
- Develop a whole school policy around sex and relationships education (SRE)
- Develop plans throughout Key Stage Two
- Develop subject knowledge and confidence in delivering sex and relationship education
- Recognise the cultural and social needs of pupils within the Luton and individual school settings
- Make links with SRE to PSHE and other curriculum areas
- Develop a culture where it is safe to talk about growing up and changes
- Develop parental links and the facilitation of parent-child conversation.
About Jo Bell
Jo Bell is a qualified Nurse, trained in General Nursing and is also a ‘Specialist Community Public Health Nurse, with extensive experience of working with ‘Children, Young People and Adults’ within the ‘Acute and Community Setting’ of the NHS.
For the last 4 years, she has offered puberty and development consultancy and teaching in local schools, offering a tailored service to meet the needs of schools and their local community.
Jo is passionate about empowering young people to have the knowledge and skills to make good choices about their body from a young age and to support schools and their teachers in making this happen.
Date and Time
Wednesday 10th October 2018, 1.00pm-4.00pm
This programme is hosted at:
The Shire Foundation
Hillborough Junior School
Luton LU1 5EZ
£25 per delegate