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Sign up for your selection of fully funded CPD using the online form: https://forms.office.com/r/QznKVg35D4
This fully funded programme builds on the DfE’s statutory guidance to support primary phase class teachers, support staff, and subject leaders. You will find CPD sessions focused on subject development, consulting with parents and carers, inclusive classroom practice, teaching challenging content, and RSHE vocabulary.
Funded by WCTA, the programme session will be delivered by the following expert organisations:
· The regional RSHE Curriculum Hub
· Sex Education Forum
· The ADHD Foundation
· Rabbits RSE, and
Confirmed session dates in calendar order:
03|11|22 13:00-16:00 Live webinar Making links across the curriculum
24|11|22 15:45-17:15 Face-to-face Teaching challenging content
22|02|23 15:45-17:15 Live webinar Leading a neurodiverse classroom
08|03|23 09:30-15:30 Face-to-face Teaching inclusive RSHE at primary
22|03|23 15:45-17:15 Live webinar Supporting neurodiverse children & young people
28|03|23 15:45-17:15 Live webinar Inclusive vocabulary for primary phase RSHE
19|04|23 09:30-15:30 Face-to-face RSHE and beyond
10|05|23 14:45-16:45 Live webinar Teaching non-statutory sex education & puberty at primary
28|06|23 15:45-17:15 Live webinar Appropriately reflecting faith & beliefs in relationships education
You can download the information flyer below:
Find out how to apply for a grant and access DfE quality-assured training to help develop a whole school or college approach to mental health and wellbeing.
The DfE is offering a £1,200 grant for a senior member of school or college staff to access quality assured training to implement an effective whole school or college approach to mental health and wellbeing in your setting. Grants of £1,200 are now available to eligible state schools and colleges in England who meet eligibility conditions and wish to commence training within the 2022 to 2023 financial year, up to 31 March 2023. This is part of the government’s commitment to offer this training to all eligible schools and colleges by 2025.
The grant is provided to cover (or contribute to) the cost of attending a quality assured course and may also be used to hire supply staff whilst leads are engaged in learning.
Our DfE funded cohorts for the train-the-trainer programme have now closed. However, if you are still interested in accessing this programme to become an RSHE Primary Facilitator please contact us to discuss this further.