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Annual Northern PSHE Conference - Supporting Achievement & Wellbeing through PSHE education
Phases Primary & Special Schools, Secondary & Special Schools, Governors, Support Staff / LSAs
Categories Leadership & Management, Teaching and Learning, Health & Well-being
This conference will explore how a meaningful PSHE curriculum delivered by skilled teaching professionals can enhance academic achievement as well as mental and emotional well-being.

It will explore what meaningful PSHE education should look like, and how it can support pupil well-being and academic success in an ever-changing world.

Why attend?
  • This is an exciting time for PSHE, and this conference will provide an opportunity to explore the impact of the most up-to-date guidance and legislation on the status of PSHE and RSE education.
  • Make links between PSHE and safeguarding, SMSC and British Values.
  • Understand how PSHE enhances learning across the curriculum.
  • Take away practical ideas for you to use in your classroom.
  • Consider how PSHE enriches the whole child – academically, socially and emotionally.

What will it cover?
  • Improving pupil outcomes through PSHE and ensuring your PSHE provision is meaningful to your pupils.
  • Including SEN and EAL pupils in your PSHE provision and meeting statutory requirement through PSHE.
  • Delivering successful PSHE across a whole-school setting.

Who should attend?
  • Subject Leaders
  • Teachers
  • Headteachers
  • Senior Leaders
  • Governors
8.30 - 9.15       Arrival, Registration and Refreshments 

9.15 – 9.30      Welcome and Introductions  

9.30 – 10.15    Key Note 1 – Roary Pownall HMI 
  
10.15 – 11.00   Key Note 2 – Supporting Achievement and Wellbeing through PSHE education – John Rees 
  
11.00 - 11.30    Break & Exhibitors
  
11.30 - 12.40    Workshop 1 
  
12.40 - 13.40    Lunch & Exhibitors
  
13.40 – 14.50   Workshop 2 
  
14.50 - 15.35    Key note 3 – Perspectives on Wellbeing – Tony France 
 
15.35 – 15.45   Closing Remarks and Evaluations 
Delegates choose 2 workshops (All workshops are cross phase, unless otherwise stated).
  1. Latest developments in Relationships and Sex education - John Rees (Secondary AM, Primary PM)
     
  2. Supporting and Promoting Positive Mental Health Through PSHE education - Tony France
     
  3. Designing your school's PSHE Scheme of Work - Richard Palmer (Primary AM, Secondary PM)
     
  4. Understanding gender through PSHE - Janet Palmer 
     
  5. Engaging Parents in PSHE - Angela Milliken-Tull
Please Select A Date
Please choose the preferred date for your conference from below.
Workshop choices for each delegate can be made at the next step. (if applicable)
08
Nov
2017
08:30 - 15.45
Crowne Plaza Liverpool – City Centre
Cost
£175 per delegate, per session. unless otherwise stated
All costs are subject to VAT
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