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?

In response to COVID-19 and based on feedback from schools and PSHE hubs, we are adapting the programme. We will be moving from face-to-face delivery to online delivery so we can continue to support you during these challenging times. Over the coming months, new learning materials and resources will be available to support you with your recovery curriculum. We’ll keep you up to date with these developments via this website and by e-mail.

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.

What will East Sussex schools get?

  • CPD: access to digital resources and webinars to help you through lockdown
  • RSE Solution Resource: A complete digital RSE teaching, learning and assessment resource
  • PSHE Curriculum resource map: A complete PSHE scheme of work
  • Model PSHE/RSE policy that is fully compliant with the new statutory guidance, customisable by your school
  • Whole-school approach action plan
  • Bulletins to support your step-by-step approach to preparing for the new statutory requirements, using a whole-school approach
  • Ongoing bespoke consultancy support
  • Evidence of impact for Ofsted
  • Certification of participation.

Upcoming CPD opportunities (may be subject to change, details and release dates TBC).

  • Video RSHE Briefing. Please contact us if you haven’t received access to this product in our RSE day communications (25 June 2020).
  • RSHE for Special Schools Webinar (June 2020)
  • Revised Whole School Action Plan (July 2020)
  • E-bulletin 6: Ethos and Environment (July 2020)
  • Digital Briefings in Academic Year 2019-2020
    • RSHE: A Governors Role
    • Promoting pupil voice, including survey and lesson plan ideas
    • Effective parental engagement, including survey and engagement tools
    • Staff CPD, including survey and inset plan
    • RSHE for SEND pupils in mainstream settings
  • PSHE Hub Surgeries Webinars with ESCC PSHE Programme of Support Adviser, Josie Rayner-Wells
  • Consultancy support (by invitation)
  • E-bulletin 7: Assessment (Sep 20)

Bulletins 

Use the bulletins to guide your step-by-step approach to preparing for the new statutory requirements, using a whole-school approach.
 
Bulletin no. 1  Step 1: Leadership and Management
Bulletin no. 2  Step 2: Curriculum Design and Policy Development
Bulletin no. 3  Step 3: Promoting Pupil Voice 
Bulletin no. 4  Step 4: Parental Engagement
Bulletin no. 5 Step 5: Staff CPD, Teaching and Resourcing
Bulletin no. 6 Step 6: Ethos and Environment 

Future bulletins will focus on topics such as parental engagement, staff CPD, ethos and environment, assessment and measuring impact and provision of support.

Understanding the Governors Role

Does your Governing Board understand their obligations within the new RSHE guidance coming in to force in September 2020?

Our 40-minute briefing video has been specifically designed for Governors. This RSHE briefing will help Governors to:

  • Understand the rational and purpose of the new curriculum requirements
  • Be briefed on relevant key points from the new statutory guidance, including the legal obligations
  • Identify what needs to be included in an RSE policy to ensure compliance with the new legislation
  • Develop confidence in your governance role to support effective RSE in your school.

Let's get started!

  1. Please download the Reflection sheet to use throughout the video and the Governance Tool. They will help you to identify the needs of your school and capture next steps
  2. Please enter your name and email and click submit. By submitting your details, you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and will receive information to help you and your school prepare for statutory RSHE. To unsubscribe, please email us
  3. The video will start automatically playing. You can pause and rewind the video at any time.

 

Please do contact us to find out more.

 

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