3 October 2024
16:30 - 18:00

Safety And Wellbeing – Giving Learners The Tools To Live Healthy And Safe Lives On And Offline Through An Effective RSHE Curriculum

Safety And Wellbeing - Giving Learners The Tools To Live Healthy And Safe Lives On And Offline Through An Effective RSHE Curriculum
  • Do you have an inclusive, broad and up-to-date RSHE curriculum in your setting?
  • Are your teachers trained and confident in delivering it?
  • Are you aware of the research that informs this curriculum and how integral it is to safeguarding and ensuring learners take less risk in their lives and adopt critical thinking skills in their relationships on and offline?


TARGET AUDIENCE: Heads of schools and departments, PSHE/Wellbeing Leads, Classroom teachers of all age groups-primary and secondary

We will discuss:
● Government guidance (English/International)
● What students are saying themselves concerning RSHE
● Curriculum content with a focus on safety and wellbeing
● Instilling confidence in parents and teachers

Member schools who book 3 or more delegates prior to 21 September 2024 will be charged £50 per delegate

Details: The webinar will be on Zoom and delegates will be sent a code in order to sign in. Delegates will receive a handout which will include helpful notes from the session and signposting to useful resources.

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    Vicky Walsh
    Vicky Walsh is a Relationships and Sex Education Consultant with 20 years of experience teaching the subject in public, private and international schools, and to primary and secondary school students. As a qualified primary school teacher, Vicky has also coordinated many subjects throughout her career including PSHE and has been a phase coordinator. Her outside interests and further training are mainly concerned with wellbeing; such as gaining a Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Skills from the Mary Ward Centre, London and being a Reiki 2 practitioner. Vicky brings these passions and skills into her classroom philosophy and teaching practice. Her initial interest in RSE began when she worked with a charity in Lambeth to introduce Sex Education throughout her primary school as part of a government initiative to combat high rates of STIs in teens. Vicky could see how vital this subject was in safeguarding learners and has grown her passion through years of training; becoming an accredited ACET ESTEEM UK member in 2019. She has now taken her passion to the next level by stepping out of primary school classroom teaching to dedicate her time solely to delivering RSHE to students of all ages (EYFS-Y13.) Vicky also delivers parent workshops, teacher training, curriculum development and policy writing advice to schools, produces resources, hosts WEBINARS and speaks at conferences. Vicky’s mission is to help as many schools as possible confidently teach high-quality, effective and inclusive RSHE.