Delivering Statutory RSE

Monday 28 Sep 2020 - Monday 12 Oct 2020
Online - digital delivery
Gain practical strategies and resources to deliver statutory RSE in an inclusive and appropriate way.


Why is this conference relevant?

With the statutory changes from September 2020 and the increase of sex and relationships portrayal in the media and online, it’s now more important than ever to ensure we are educating tomorrow’s adults appropriately and effectively. Regardless of your school age-range or faith, this conference hosts a variety of interactive workshops that will help you deliver age appropriate RSE in your school and support the positive and healthy development of your students.

What can I expect?

• Understand developmental progression and how to develop age and stage appropriate RSE teaching
• Benefit from high quality resources and the opportunity to share and network with like-minded individuals
• Including sessions on pornography, healthy teen relationships, managing friendships and best provision for SEND
• Learn how to maintain sensitivity whilst meeting the statutory requirements within a faith community
• Reassurance of how to meet the statutory guidance 
• Cover difficult topics across your phase with practical strategies and techniques
• Interactive parental engagement panel with varied experts

Who should attend?

  • PSHE subject leaders
  • Deputy Heads
  • Assistant Heads
  • RSE leaders & teachers
  • Head Teachers
  • Pastoral Leads

What our previous delegates have said

“Thank you for yet another inspirational helpful day.” - SHARE educator, SHARE, Guernsey

“Fantastic quality – all relevant and ‘useable’. Inspiring.” - Acting head of PSHE, St Swithun’s School 

“Excellent practical advice” - Head of PSHE & DDSL, Bute House Prep


Resources that will be avaliable to download once registered for conference:

1. Pornography lesson toolkit

For young people, online pornography is easily accessible and often hard to avoid. Use Caz Perry’s lesson plan toolkit to encourage pupils at Key Stages 3 and 4 to think critically about porn and its impact; how does it differ from real-life intimacy?

2. RSE: it’s not just about sex!

Schools need to be aware that RSE covers more than just sex education. Charlie Roden signposts resources for some useful starting points.

3. Teaching RSE to pupils with SEND

Adele Bates shares practical advice and resources to help ensure that RSE is accessible to all pupils, including those with SEND.