Delivering Statutory Relationships and Sex Education - Programme

Tuesday 16 Oct 2018
IBIS, ILEC Conference Centre, London


09:45 to 09:55

09:55 to 10:55

10:55 to 11:25

10:55 – 11:25
Relationships and Sex Education Guidance

Understand the latest guidance on your statutory obligations, clarify the changes and what you must now implement to be compliant

Hayley Sherwood, Creator of the 1decision PSHE Programme


11:25 to 12:00

12:00 to 12:50

12:00 – 12:50
Curriculum- Primary

Design and implement an effective, age-appropriate relationships education curriculum which helps keep children safe, meets government guidance and enhances learning


Jan Lever, Creator and Director, Jan Lever Education Consultancy and Training Group

12:00 – 12:50

Understand how to lead inclusive RSE, meet the needs of everyone and support all LGBTQ+ pupils

Professor Jonathan Glazzard, Professor of Teacher Education, Carnegie School of Education

12:00 – 12:50

Learn how to educate students on the risks and early warning signs of online grooming and ensure they can keep themselves safe

Gain access to your guide on identifying and responding to CSE

Kevin Murphy, Response Unit Safeguarding Sport Lead, NWG


12:50 to 13:40

12:50 – 13:40

13:40 to 14:10

13:40 – 14:10
Create and Embed a whole-school approach to RSE

Know how to lead effective staff training and engage and motivate teachers to enusre in leading RSE lessons


John Rees, Education Consultant 


14:10 to 14:30

14:10 – 14:30
Keynote 4

Consent, body image, Love Island and #MeToo: a practical guide

Kieren McCarthy, Executive Director, IFFOR


14:30 to 14:35

14:35 to 15:25

14:35 – 15:25

Proven ways to lead discussions with students about the media, challenge their misconceptions of the ‘perfect’ body and promote a healthy approach to body image


Mark Jennett, Education Consultant

14:35 – 15:25
Curriculum- Secondary

How to build your relationships and sex education curriculum in secondary schools following the latest guidance and ensure students understand healthy adult relationships


Catherine Kirk, RSE Trainer, Consultant and teacher, The RSE Service

14:35 – 15:25
Puberty- Primary

Know how to lead engaging puberty sessions and talk age-appropriately to children about their bodies and growing up 


Plus, read our guide on how to respond to awkward and embarrassing questions


Rebecca Jennings, Sex & Relationship Education Consultant, RAISE


15:25 to 15:40

15:40 to 16:30

15:40 – 16:30

Learn effective ways to engage parents and educate them about their role in their children’s RSE learning, which helps with safeguarding and mental health


Take away a template letter from Optimus Education to explain your school's PSHE curriculum to parents


Leah Jewett, Co-founder & Yoan Reed, Co-founder, Outspoken Sex Ed

15:40 – 16:30

Know how to talk to young people at all ages about pornogrpahy, clarify what they are exposed to online and develop their understanding of a healthy relationship ,

Rebecca Jennings, Sex & Relationship Education Consultant, RAISE

15:40 – 16:30
Special School RSE

Know how to implement high-quality age appropriate RSE and overcome the unique challenges to delivering RSE in a special school setting

Gillian Leno, PSHE Lead, Queen Alexandra College/SENSRE