What’s happened to that new RSHE Curriculum?

by | Feb 22, 2021 | Inclusion, Wellbeing | 0 comments

Amidst all the everything, we were scheduled to start with the new RSHE Compulsory curriculum in the UK in Sept 2020. What with one thing and another, it may have gone down a few pegs on your to-do-list.

Last month, I was pleased to be a panel guest on the Sec Ed Podcast along with Director of the Sex Education Forum, Lucy Emmerson and leader of PSHE, Michelle O’Niell

I was pleased – because we didn’t pretend.

We didn’t pretend that this would be at the forefront of school leaders’ and teachers’ minds. But instead had a very practical and useful conversation about how this new base we now have of considering mental health since Covid 19, could be the very foundation from which your RSHE curriculum can thrive…

We discuss:

  • how things are going so far
  • specific challenges schools have faced in delivering effective RSHE
  • the impact of Covid-19 on RSHE
  • the role of RSHE in supporting students post-lockdown
  • the right to withdrawal
  • advice for schools delaying delivery until the summer
  • delivering LGBT+ elements & more.

We also feature a case study of one school’s approaches.

Listen here, running time 1 hour 10mins approx.

 

 

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Posts

What to do when a pupil swears at you

What to do when a pupil swears at you

A kid has just sworn at you. What do you do?! It all depends on the context of the swearing, the school and the young person…I welcome you to the Independent Thinking’s CPD Jukebox with answers to these questions and more.

How to support staff who are adopting

How to support staff who are adopting

In the second guest blog from Alexandra @babytismoffire she guides us through how schools and education leaders can support staff who are going through the adoption process.

Behaviour, books and broken legs

Behaviour, books and broken legs

One of my favourite interviews, a podcast full of practical conversations and strategies about supporting behavioural needs across schools…and a confession…

Window of Tolerance

Window of Tolerance

In this vlog I introduce the Window of Tolerance – and how to use it as a tool for understanding, differentiating and adapting lessons to meet the needs of our pupils with Behaviour needs and SEMH.

Subscribe To My Newsletter

Sign up to my mailing list to receive ocassional updates when I post. I won't spam you, ever, and you can unsbuscribe whenever you want.

Thanks for signing up, please check your email for confirmation.