Training courses are listed below
Dealing with controversial issues in RSHE
(Trans identities and issues; puberty; religion; LGBT+; diverse identities, language used in RSHE)
How do you deal with conflict and contested issues in the classroom around RSHE? Dr Jo Sell and Claire Clinton will lead this day for Newham schools to support you thinking through how we handle controversial issues in our classrooms.
Prices for schools outside the partnership (per attendee)
Early Career Teacher Training in RSHE
A half day training available to all Newham schools to support ECT’s understanding of how to deal with teaching about relationships, sex and health education well. Unlimited places for ECTs on this training for those in partnership. Builds upon ECF programme to provide rich knowledge around RSHE.
Venue & Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm via Zoom OR
repeated session from 1:30pm - 4:30pm at Ranelagh Primary School
- Wednesday 08 December 2021
Over the last two years, we have provided HT/SLT briefings as the need has arise. These will probably be two or three per year as the need arises in consultation with headteachers.
RSHE Network Meetings
3 half day meetings - priced £150 per meeting
- Thursday 03 March 2022
- Thursday 05 May 2022
SEND Project Advice on RSHE
Throughout 2020/21 Dr Jo Sell has led a working group of advisors and school SEND specialists to create advice and support for schools in their teaching of RSHE to pupils with SEND.
This is priced for advice paper outside the partnership.
TRANS* Project Advice
In Summer Term 2021, Dr Jo Sell had worked with individuals and organisations to put together an advice document on our Newham 'pupil-sensitive' approach around Trans* identities.
This is priced for advice paper outside the partnership
RSHE Advisors Time
1 hour advisors time
Half day advisors time
Full day advisors time
Staff meeting, training or support with parent meetings
Prices will vary between partnership and non-partnership schools.
Tender Training Spring Term 2022 Provision
Newham has the second highest level of domestic violence in London and our children and
pupils say that negative relationships are a concern for them. This training will support teachers
to find some of the ways to tackle these issues in your schools, either through RSHE, drama, or in a cross curricular approach. Delivered by Tender, an acclaimed charity working with schools across London.
The sessions will include:
AM. Information giving and strategies for schools
PM. Bespoke training for separated primary and secondary colleagues to learn methods and activities for working with children and young people in your school.
Prices will vary between partnership & non-partnership schools