Transform the impact of wellbeing teaching to provide pupils with resilience and relationship strategies and skills to flourish in life

    Raising the quality of learning about wellbeing, life management and relationships is a key investment for schools to enhance pupil achievement and increase their ambition and life satisfaction.  With the ongoing impact of COVID, assessing the impact of welling teaching in schools to improve teaching practice could never be more important.

    Research evidence has informed the mandatory Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) curriculum requirements, however having a comprehensive programme of study and a set of resources is just the start.

    Teaching approaches need to be active, purposeful and up to date to ensure pupils recognise the relevance of RSHE learning and can apply it to their own lives. This conference will identify highly effective approaches to RSHE teaching and learning and how to evaluate the learning to ensure it is impactful. Through a series of keynotes and seminars this conference will aim to raise the quality of RSHE in participant schools and support a transformation in the recognisable impact of pupil learning.

    The conference will provide an opportunity for delegates to:

    • identify and explore RSHE approaches that will lead to improved learning impact
    • look at how we know and assess that pupils are learning successfully about RSHE aspects such as wellbeing, resilience and relationships
    • recognise opportunities for learning reinforcement and assessment beyond the RSHE lesson, so that pupils use their learning creatively and link their learning to their own lives and wellbeing
    • help pupils to articulate and to use their learning
    • address the needs of diverse learners in RSHE
    • gain a further understanding of the relevance of RSHE content for pupils, including how best to deliver RSHE teaching

    This full-day online event has been planned to keep delegates engaged and motivated from start to finish and provide them with:

    • practical methods on how to equip pupils with the skills to utilise learning in their own lives
    • enhanced approaches to assessment in RSHE
    • increased attention on how to address diverse learning needs

    This cross-phase conference is open to all but would be especially suitable for RSHE / PSHE leads, senior leaders, mental health leads and INCOs.

    The majority of our conference sessions will be recorded and available afterwards should delegates already booked onto these events subsequently be unable to attend all, or some, of the live event on the day.

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