Welcome to RSHE Ready

- Helping you prepare for the new RSHE framework -

Welcome to RSHE Ready

The introduction of the new Relationship, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) 2020 guidance for September has put the holistic development of our young people back at the centre of education. All schools will be required to deliver a broad, rich and appropriate RSHE curriculum to all pupils. This will be challenging for many schools and RSHE Ready is here to help address some of the most pressing challenges.

Teaching Schools South West (TSSW) are leading the Department for Education training to support schools in the South West in readiness for the new Relationship, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) 2020 guidance.

All state secondary, special schools and PRU’s can register an interest now and will receive updates and access to training and materials as they are released.

If you are a primary school who would like to register for the Primary programme please click here to be redirected to Torbay Teaching Schools Alliance who are delivering the Primary programme.

This offer includes:
- Cover costs for staff attending training
- Free materials to support training and delivery of RSHE in your school
- Training for PSHE Leads and teachers through a series of 6 live webinars
- Access to shared materials to support RSHE and PSHE delivery
- Regular PSHE Network meetings
- 1:1 support for your school with an allocated RSHE Ready mentor

This support package is being delivered in waves with a capped number of schools in each wave:
Wave 1 – June 2020 until end of September 2020
Wave 2 – October 2020 until the end of December 2020
Wave 3 – January 2021 until the end of March 2021

To register your school, please complete the short registration form here. This should take approximately 5 minutes. You will be asked to complete basic details regarding your school and PSHE Lead, as well as being asked to rank which RSHE topics your school needs the most support with.

Please note: All training and meetings will be held remotely until the current situation regarding social distancing changes.

#SomethingsNotRight by the @ukhomeoffice helps us to support young people make disclosures about abuse. You can read the @educationgovuk teachers blog by @whitterswitters to find out why it is so important https://teaching.blog.gov.uk/2020/11/17/somethings-not-right-supporting-young-people-through-pshe/ @sidmouthcollege @teachingschsSW

SOMETHING'S NOT RIGHT CAMPAIGN
At Sidmouth College one of our priorities is the safety and wellbeing of our students, therefore we are really pleased to have been asked by the Home Office to contribute to this important campaign. #SomethingsNotRight
http://www.childline.org.uk/somethings-not-right

It’s not always easy to tell when someone is being abused, especially if the abuser is someone who loves you, or someone you care about.

If you feel #SomethingsNotRight, there are people you can talk to.

Find out more: http://childline.org.uk/somethings-not-right

SOMETHING'S NOT RIGHT CAMPAIGN
At Sidmouth College one of our priorities is the safety and wellbeing of our students, therefore we are really pleased to have been asked by the Home Office to contribute to this important campaign. #SomethingsNotRight
http://www.childline.org.uk/somethings-not-right

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