Delivering Statutory Relationships and Sex Education

Thursday 17 Oct 2019
London

Ensure your whole-school community is enagaged in the teaching and learning of RSE.

#oeRSE

Why is this conference relevant?

From a Netflix series on the subject, to the controversy surrounding the ‘No Outsiders’ programme, the topic of RSE has been in the media a lot over the course of this previous year, and for good reason.

From 2020 sex, relationships and health education will be mandatory for all secondary schools. While the latter two topics will have to be included in all primary school curriculums.

Regardless of your schools age-range or faith this conference hosts a variety of workshops that will help you deliver age appropriate RSE in your school and support the positive and healthy development of your student.

What can I expect?

Full programme to be announced shortly. However, you can expect in-depth keynotes with leading experts and a choice of practical workshops including:

• develop an RSE curriculum that introduces your students to relationship education in an age-appropriate way
• hear the latest Ofsted guidance to help you drive improvement in the teaching of RSE
• gain guidance on promoting LGBTQ+ inclusivity
• build teachers confidence in delivering RSE

Who should attend?

  • PSHE Leads
  • Deputy Headteachers
  • Assistant Headteachers
  • School Nurses
  • SENCOs
  • Headteachers

This event is for all schools.

What last year's delegates said: 

'Lots of ideas and resources that I can take away' - RSE Tutor, Millfield School

'As usual Optimus has delivered a terrific conference on RSE' - SHARE Educator, SHARE Guernsey

'An excellent and informative conference, with lots of practical advice and guidance' - Assistant Vice-Principal, Bradford Academy