ESCC PSHESolution: A Governors Role

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The View Hotel Eastbourne

Grand Parade

Eastbourne

BN21 4DN

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Preparing and monitoring Statutory Relationships, Sex and Health Education: A Governors Role

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Does your Governing Board understand their obligations within the new RSE guidance?

The Children and Social Work Act 2017 introduced new legislation on relationships and sex education in all schools in England. School governors are by law expected to give ‘due regard’ to the guidance and to maintain an up to date RSE policy, which must be made available to parents. The Governing Board should also ensure a number of key areas such as pupil progress, accessibility, assessment, parental communication and resourcing to enable the school to fulfil its legal obligations.

Governors who attend will be provided with a free RSE audit tool to support their monitoring.

Outcomes:

• Understand the rational and purpose of the new curriculum requirements.

• Be briefed on relevant key points from the new statutory guidance, including the legal obligations.

• Identify what needs to be included in an RSE policy to ensure compliance with the new legislation

• Develop confidence in your governance role to support effective RSE in your school

100% of attendees rated the course as ‘excellent’ and 100% would recommend this training session to other Governors.

“Excellent course. Best attended yet. Enthusiastically presented and delivered”

“As a new governor, practical ways of monitoring were very useful”

“I have thought about what questions will be good to ask schools, to hold them to account”

“This course was all effective. We have a lot to do, but I now have the guidance to be able to do it”

“I now feel confident in FGB meetings to start the conversation on the new legislation”

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The View Hotel Eastbourne

Grand Parade

Eastbourne

BN21 4DN

United Kingdom

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