Register as an early adopter: Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education
From September 2020, subject to parliamentary approval, the following subjects will become compulsory: - Relationships Education for primary schools - Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) for secondary schools - Health Education in all state maintained schools
- best practice on how these subjects are taught most effectively
- how schools that currently teach a large proportion of the existing Sex and Relationship Education and PSHE are ensuring they teach the new requirements
- how the department can best support schools
08 May 2019 Silver AND Gold Member Only
What is…DME? is a short information document that summarises some key ideas related to Dual and Multiple Exceptionality.
Information - 18 Apr 2019 Gold Member Only
A useful presentation that will look at current SEND policy and statistics.
Information - 18 Apr 2019 Silver AND Gold Member Only
The last six months have seen training for SENCOs move away from a centralised model, but how will the quality of the national award be preserved and protected? Michele Moore has the answer