PSHE Solution for East Sussex Schools

We are delighted to announce that East Sussex Public Health has partnered with Educator Solutions to provide all schools in East Sussex with the ESCC PSHE Solution Programme for FREE

What is the programme?

The FREE programme will ensure your school is ready for the new Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education (RSHE) guidance by September 2020. It will also ensure that your school is promoting best practice teaching, learning and assessment of RSHE.

The evidence-based programme has been designed to ensure a manageable, whole-school approach to embed effective RSHE in your school, providing a lasting and measurable impact on pupil health, wellbeing, attendance and attainment.

What will East Sussex schools get?

  • Consultation and Training - initial consultation sessions in June. Training sessions for Headteachers, Governors, Teachers and TA's. More training opportunities coming soon!
  • RSE Solution Resource -  a complete digital RSE teaching, learning and assessment resource following attendance st Statutory Sorted! course.
  • RSHE Curriculum resource map - a complete PSHE scheme of work
  • Model RSHE policy - a policy fully compliant with the new legislation requirements, customisable by your school
  • Action plan - whole school approach action plan
  • e-bulletins and webinars - to support your step-by-step approach to preparing for the new statutory requirements, using a whole-school approach - June 2019 Bulletin - Leadership and Management
  • Evidence of impact for Ofsted
  • Certification for participation

All FREE to East Sussex Schools - this high-quality, evidence-based programme of support is completely free thanks to East Sussex Public Health.

Sign-up by completing the RSHE readiness checker

Sign-up is easy by completing the RSHE Readiness Checker. This can be completed by any relevant staff within your school and will:

  • Sign your school up to the ESCC PSHE Solution programme
  • Improve understanding of the minimum requirements on schools to ensure compliance with the new RSHE Guidance
  • Provide a RAG rated report that identifies priority areas for development in your school

Alternatively, email your name, role, school and preferred contact email address to or call 01603 307710

Following the needs analysis within the ESCC public health funded PSHE Solution programme.  East Sussex schools will have access to the following support over the next academic year Centrally Run CPD.

Briefings and Training Courses

(there will be 30 spaces on each of these courses available, there is a reserve list from the fully first booked Statutory Sorted! Primary) 


24 Feb 2020

16:00 - 18:00

  Wider Stakeholders Briefing and Workshop

Does your organisation support schools to deliver elements of relationships, sex and/or health education? If so, it’s time to get involved with the ESCC PSHE Solution Programme of Support!

The View Hotel, Eastbourne

Book your place here

25 Feb 2020 (primary)

26 Feb 2020 (secondary)

06 July 2020 (primary)

 09:30 - 16:00 

  ESCC PSHESolution: RSHE - Train the TA’s! (primary & secondary sessions)

Do your TA’s support teaching of relationships, sex and health education? It’s time to get them trained!

The View Hotel, Eastbourne

Book your place here

There will also be training within your PSHE Hub localities which will include: -

  • Effective parental engagement: Training and resources (a presentation, facilitator guide and CPD session) to enable PSHE Leads to facilitate RSHE parent sessions in their individual school/s.

  • Train the Teacher: Training and resources (a presentation, facilitator guide and CPD session) to enable PSHE Leads to run a staff CPD inset session in their individual school/s. There will be specific modules delivered that are personalised based on needs of the PSHE Hub groups of schools.

  • Find out more about hub meetings locations and dates here.

Download details of the 2019 - 2020 ESCC PSHE Solution Programme here.

e-bulletins and webinars

Use the e-bulletins to guide your step-by-step approach to preparing for the new statutory requirements, using a whole-school approach.
Bulletin no. 1 - Summer 2019 Step 1: Leadership and Management
Bulletin no. 2 - Autumn 2019 Step 2: Curriculum Design and Policy Development
Bulletin no. 3 - Autumn 2019 Step 3: Promoting Pupil Voice 


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