Relationships and Health Education 2020

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RELATIONSHIPS AND HEALTH EDUCATION

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Statutory Relationships and Health Education has caused quite a stir over the last couple of years… and understandably, the protests in Birmingham, as well as other cities, have left schools and parents feeling anxious about what’s in store for 2020/21.

The best way to ease this anxiety and ensure a smooth transition is to be prepared. So over the last year, we’ve put together some free resources and a five-part webinar series for schools.

Enter your details below to get access to our free webinars, interactive roadmap and accompanying resources.

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Podcast: Preparing to Teach Statutory Relationships Education

Many teachers don’t receive much if any training to teach this subject during Initial Teacher Training. Our PSHE Lead, Jo Perrin, gives a few tips on how to get prepared.

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