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The FLA Regional RSHE Hub primary RSHE festival is aimed at RSE and PSHE primary subject leaders, Year R to Year 6 class teachers, and Early Years teachers responsible for PSED and transition to Year R.
The festival will be held at The Coppid Beech Hotel on 13th July 2022, opening at 09:00 for registration and starting at 09:30.
We are delighted to welcome colleagues from the Stonewall charity who will be providing the opening keynote for the day. The festival is a rolling timetable of practical workshops with an extended networking lunch. Participants will be able to attend three workshops* selected from a menu of six. Experts from all six workshops, along with colleagues from Stonewall will be joining us for an extended networking lunch. Participants will have the opportunity to further explore conversations from their workshops, ask questions, and receive signposting to quality primary RSHE resources, materials and guidance.
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 before 31 May 2022. 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.