Why is this conference relevant?
Lack of sex education a ticking time bomb
BBC News, February 2017
Age-appropriate sex and relationships education is vital to ensure pupils are adequately prepared for adulthood and delivered in the right way can have a really positive impact on a pupil’s development.
With the government recently announcing compulsory SRE for all schools, it’s vital that you and your colleagues have the confidence to deliver effective age-appropriate SRE that resonates with your students.
What can I expect?
The event will feature in-depth keynotes with leading experts and a choice of practical and interactive workshops including:
Staff Confidence: Provide your colleagues with the confidence to deliver RSE and discuss challenging topic with your students
Healthy Relationships: Know how to have meaningful conversations about relationship to support your pupils’ development of healthy relationships
Parents: Learn new ways to challenge parents’ misconceptions of RSE to ensure your students get access to the lessons
Curriculum: Gain guidance on what to teach and when to build your RSE programme – primary and secondary sessions
Plus, take away a toolkit of resources to use in the classroom
Who should attend?
- Heads of PSHE
- PSHE coordinators
- Assistant headteachers
- Deputy headteachers
What our delegates have said
“This is the third SRE conference I have come to and always have something new and relevant to take back and my SRE lessons have really been enhanced over the years.” Share Guernsey, health educator
“One of the best I’ve been on in years. Short punchy sessions that were actually relevant.” Assistant head, King College Alicante
“A high quality event with engaging speakers and lots of information and resources to take away” Head of PHSE, Ormskirk School
“Excellent. All the speakers were entertaining and informative. A great day.” PHSE teacher, Briary Primary School
“Excellent day, feeling inspired and I have a long list of to do’s!” Teacher, Meadows School
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