Join the Department for Education, and experts on Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health education, for a two-hour webinar covering key issues to support preparation for high quality RSHE.
The knowledge pupils will gain from RSHE will support their own, and others’ wellbeing, and help them build positive and safe relationships. This will be particularly important in the coming months as pupils return to schools and start spending time with friends again.
This event is for teachers, teaching assistants, SENCOs and PSHE leads in local authorities to hear from experts who will share their experiences of getting it right in both mainstream and special schools.
Speakers include Ian Bauckham, DfE Education Adviser and CEO of the Tenax Schools Trust, the PSHE Association, the Sex Education Forum and Professor Barry Carpenter, professor of mental health in education from Oxford Brookes University.
You might also be interested in the following DfE event with a specific focus on the impact of the pandemic on children and young people’s mental wellbeing.
The Department for Education (DfE), in collaboration with NHS England and Public Health England, will be hosting a free, 1 hour webinar for school and college staff on 9 July on how to support returning pupils and students. You will hear from experts on the impacts of the pandemic on children and young people’s mental wellbeing and recovery techniques, and from education leaders about the actions they have been taking. For further information and to sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/110796856380
After all the debate and politically driven ideology about teaching reading only via Phonics , this article reminds us powerfully why we teach reading , and how holistic approaches are probably more successful with children with SEND.
A child’s first experiences with books and stories, paper and crayons build the foundation for language, reading and writing.
“Teaching language and literacy via the use of books demands the highest quality teaching. This in turn requires knowledge, insight and curiosity about how children learn and develop alongside their unique interests and needs,” writes Kathryn Solly. Kathryn explains how children with SEN can become inspired about books and reading.
Fri 14 July 2017 09:00 – 15:30 BST The University Events Team, Birmingham City University
Teachers in particular know so little about this group of children who have transformed SEND registers in this 21st Century. With the World authority, Dr Susan Foster-Cohen speaking this is an essential Conference for SENCOs and special school staff.
Following the work of its Complex Needs Review Group , Chaired by Professor Barry Carpenter, nasen is delighted to announce the publication of the latest free legislative updates to the Complex Needs training materials.
This comprehensive online update sets out the most pressing legal responsibilities above and beyond the Children and Families Act 2014.
Whether you’re a SENCO, teacher, teaching assistant, governor or manager, these slide-based online materials are a rich resource designed with you in mind.
Access the key information that you’ll need for your school and ensure that you meet all of the necessary legal requirements for your setting.