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Module 1: Thursday 4 November, 1:50pm - 4pm GMT
Gain confidence in your school’s RSE delivery and tackle challenging content with appropriate responses. Submit scenarios in advance that our expert speaker can walk you through how to deal with.
Catherine Kirk, Director, RSHE Service
2:25pm Whole-school approach
Embed a cross-curriculum approach to RSE and learn practical methods to ensure there is complete understanding amongst staff members
Jonny Hunt, Sex Education Consultant
3:00pm Inclusion: SEND
Take away activities to ensure inclusion within your RSE delivery for SEND pupils
Claire Lightley, Director, Lightley Consulting
3:30pm Assessing your RSE programme: Primary
Ensure your school’s programme is on the best possible trajectory with practical methods to deliver and track RSE
Andrew Tidswell, Director Professional Development at Discovery Education
Module 2: Tuesday 9 November, 1:50pm - 4pm GMT
1:50pm Building parental engagement
Deal with sensitive issues in an assured manner, and make sure parents or guardians engage with your RSE approach
Rebecca Jennings, RAISE Education
2:25pm Inclusion: LGBT
Learn strategies to engage with issues on inclusion that arise during RSE delivery, with a particular emphasis on LGBT
Shabnam Anam, Educational Consultant, Dewdrop Education
3:00pm Go beyond the guidance: putting your students first
Take away tips to propel your RSE delivery beyond the statutory guidance with your students' voices at the centre of your work
Laina Cores Birch, young RSE advocate, and Trustee at Sexpression:UK
3:30pm Assessing your RSE programme: Secondary
Benefit from positive strategies to improve your school’s RSE delivery
Angela Milliken-Tull, Co-founder, Chameleon PDE
Richard Palmer, Co-founder, Chameleon PDE
Module 3: Tuesday 16 November, 2pm - 4pm GMT
Help young people develop an ethical and healthy approach to relationships
Daniel Guinness, Managing Director, Beyond Equality
2:40pm Sexual harassment
Ensure your students are physically and mentally safe and healthy and benefit from preventative measures to improve your school culture
Ben Hurst, Lead Facilitator, Beyond Equality
3:20pm Positive online identity
Consider how the new RSHE curriculum can support young people to develop a positive online identity and relationships, as well as developing the strategies needed to deal with any negative aspects of online life
Lorna Naylor, Anti-bullying and Online Safety Coordinator, Nottinghamshire County Council
Katherine Marshall, Anti-bullying and Online Safety Coordinator, Nottinghamshire County Council