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Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Education in the Primary School
Phases Primary & Special Schools
Categories Leadership & Management, Teaching and Learning, Health & Well-being
This training aims to increase teacher confidence in delivering drugs, alcohol and tobacco education (DAT) education to primary school children, to understand the requirements for the teaching of DATe and to offer practical classroom ideas. It will increase understanding of the importance of DATe, explore ways to ensure that the classroom environment and lessons are inclusive and self-esteem, empathy and respect are nurtured. Ultimately, this will increase resilience and inclusion of pupils, with the aim of supporting  children to lead healthy lives and make informed choices.

Why attend?

• This training will equip you with the skills to teach DATe well in your setting
• You will consider how to design an age-appropriate curriculum from R – Y6
• You will be able to support colleagues with best practice techniques when teaching
sensitive topics

What will it cover?
• Consider the drugs, alcohol and tobacco education (DATe) needs of primary age pupils
• Draw on local trends and data
• Understand what good practice in DATe looks like
• Identify appropriate resources for a whole-school DATe curriculum

Who should attend?
Subject Leaders, Teachers


Cost:
£100.00 per delegate per course
This cost will be reduced to £75.00 if you also attend session SIL/928A

An administration charge will apply to none attendees
All costs are subject to VAT
Relationships and Sex Education in the Primary School - SIL/928A - 14/03/17

This training aims to increase teacher confidence in delivering relationships and sex (RSE) education to primary school children, to understand the requirements for the teaching of RSE and to offer practical classroom ideas. It will increase understanding of the importance of RSE, explore ways to ensure that the classroom environment and lessons are inclusive and self-esteem, empathy and respect are nurtured. Ultimately, this will increase resilience and inclusion of pupils, with the aim of supporting children to lead healthy lives, have meaningful relationships and make informed choices.

Why attend?
• This training will equip you with the skills to teach RSE well in your setting
• You will consider how to design an age-appropriate curriculum from R – Y6
• You will be able to support colleagues with best practice techniques when teaching sensitive topics

What will it cover?
• Consider the relationships and sex education (SRE) needs of primary age pupils
• Clarify most recent legislation and requirements
• Understand what good practice in RSE looks like
• Identify resources and strategies for teaching particularly sensitive issues
• Consider the importance of teaching RSE as a whole-school approach

Who should attend?
Subject Leaders, Teachers
 
Cost
£100 per delegate, per session. unless otherwise stated
This cost will be reduced to £75.00 if you also attend session SIL/928A All costs are subject to VAT
Sessions
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14
Mar
2018
13:00 - 16:00
Toxteth Annexe Conference Centre
25 Spaces
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