RSHE Briefing

Our 40-minute RSHE briefing video, created by National RSHE expert, Josie Rayner-Wells. This briefing has been specifically designed for SLT, PSHE leads, Governors and subject specialist leads. This RSHE briefing will help you to:

  • Understand the key requirements of the new Statutory RSHE guidance, particularly what this means you must do as a school to be compliant
  • Consider how to embed the guidance, reflecting the aims, ethos and values of your school
  • Know what underpins an effective approach to RSHE 
  • Identify steps that will support a whole-school approach to RSHE - there is a lot of information to take on board, identifying helpful next-steps will make embedding the new guidance feel manageable and hopefully even enjoyable!

Let's get started!

  1. Please download the RSHE Reflection sheet and use throughout the video. This will help you to identify the needs of your school
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A full transcript of the briefing is available to download here.

Next steps

Thank you for watching our RSHE briefing, we hope you found this video a helpful tool to use on your journey towards statutory RSHE. Schools tell us that they have found our other RSHE tools, training and resources invaluable in preparing for statutory RSHE:

I've got some questions... No problem, we're here to help.

Josie Rayner-Wells and our experienced team are here to help you provide the best education possible. We will be happy to answer your questions and/or discuss your bespoke needs. Please contact us:

A message for schools, during these challenging times:

“Ensuring children and young people know how to be safe and healthy has never been of greater importance. This is of increasing relevance as we contend with the challenge of social distancing at school. Children and young people will need to learn this as they return to school.

RSHE has never been more important than at this pivotal time.

RSHE plays a key role in your post-pandemic recovery curriculum, supporting children and young people to protect and promote their safety and health. Statutory RSHE has a timelier implementation date than could ever have been perceived. Focusing on embedding the statutory guidance to meet the bespoke needs of your school community will ensure a relevant and impactful approach.”

Josie Rayner-Wells, National RSHE Adviser

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