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End of week 2

We hope you have found this week of learning useful looking into the Speech, Language and Communication Needs of learning and identifying tools that can be used in opening conversations with your pupils around RSHE.

We will be producing a larger course on The National PSHE CPD programme - see some info on this below;

The National PSHE CPD programme is made up of three developmental training sessions led by a Babcock affiliated and trained PSHE Tutor. Training focuses upon essential elements of effective PSHE practice including:

  • the theory and concepts underpinning PSHE and its specialist areas
  • guidance and appropriate laws which support and impact upon PSHE
  • assessment and evaluation in PSHE
  • being an effective practitioner
  • inclusion and equalities
  • normative education

The PSHE Tutor will support learners with opportunities to reflect upon their practice and develop their PSHE related skills, knowledge and understanding. During the training sessions learners are encouraged to consider course activities along with PSHE concepts and guidance, through the use of a Reflective Journal.

If you didn’t register your interest for this course in our introductory survey - here is the link again so you can let us know your info.

RSHE Survey

Our team who worked on the SLCN Activity have also provided further resources below;

Further information/reading around supporting students with SLCN Primary












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