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Ensuring Best Practice in PSHE; National Policy Briefing for Head Teachers, Governors and PSHE Leads

A briefing event for head teachers, governors and PSHE leads on best practice in PSHE on the 4th May is being held at the University Centre Shrewsbury. The day has a formal morning presentation programme and the afternoon will focus on leadership issues with opportunity for discussion.

For more information please follow the link below to view the programme.

Ensuring Best Practice in PHSE Programmes

For details of the national leading experts who are contributing see below.

Overview

4th May 2017, 10:00 -12:30
Cross phase
Venue: University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall, Frankwell, SY3 8HQ
Course Code: 70906T
£20.00 (£40.00 for out of County delegates)


An opportunity for head teachers and governors to receive a national policy update on the role and status of PSHE, including relationship and sex education in the context of the latest data on the health and wellbeing of pupils.

Presentations will clarify governors' roles and responsibilities, providing evidence for inspection, ensuring a whole school approach and strategic leadership.

National leaders in the field will provide keynote presentations:

  • Janet Palmer - Education Consultant, author of the Ofsted report 'Not Yet Good Enough' and previously an HMI, national PSHE lead
  • Jonathan Baggaley - PSHE Association Chief Executive
  • Alison Hadley - OBE, Director of Teenage Pregnancy Knowledge Exchange, University of Bedfordshire and Advisory Group member of Sex Education Forum
  • Tony Mercer from Public Health England


PSHE National policy update and leadership

4th May 2017, 13:30 - 16:00
Venue: University Centre Shrewsbury, Guildhall, Frankwell, SY3 8HQ
Course Code: 70905T
Free

An opportunity for PSHE leads and members of senior leadership team to consider national policy developments, best practice and preparation for inspection.

The afternoon presents an opportunity to informally discuss and share ideas and strategies to support PSHE leadership in primary and secondary schools. This will be chaired by Alice Cruttwell (Public Health Curriculum Adviser).

To book your place please contact cpd@shropshire.gov.uk

Alice Crutwell Presentation

Alison Hadley Presentation

Janet Palmer Presentation

 

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