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Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) for Learners with Additional Needs

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Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) for learners with additional needs.

At Team Teach, we recognise that there is very little support in the Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) provision for SEND learners and that over 80% of teachers are not confident in delivering the RSE curriculum.

In response to this problem, we are pleased to announce that Team Teach has developed a cost-effective training programme enabling you to have RSE experts within your setting.

Creator Paul Bray leading RSE author is excited to have created a course to support the rights of those who need it most.

Our two-day RSE facilitator training course is for individuals who wish to lead on and support the implementation of RSE delivery, training and provision throughout their organisation.

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Courses What the course covers Who the course is for ICM Accredited BILD Accredited Required within a CQC Framework

Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) for Learners with Additional Needs

(Two-day course)

• What is Relationships & Sex Education – why is it important for our learners?

• Research based best practice behind the Team-Teach RSE provision.

• School Evaluation, Assessment and Action Planning.

• RSE development groups and engaging with Stakeholders.

• Future-proofing RSE provision.

• Developing Staff Confidence to provide RSE (staff training).

• Engaging with Parents & external professionals.

• Providing RSE Parental workshops.

• RSE through the age ranges (age appropriate and cognitively appropriate).

• RSE Learner Assessments tools.

• SEND pedagogy and RSE.

• Cohorts of Learning Styles (Autism, Down's Syndrome, PMLD, SLD, SEMH).

All environments for learners with additional needs including main stream and special schools, PRUs, children's homes, children’s hospitals, adult learning and residential homes.

Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) for Learners with Additional Needs

(Two-day course)

• What is Relationships & Sex Education – why is it important for our learners?

• Research based best practice behind the Team-Teach RSE provision.

• School Evaluation, Assessment and Action Planning.

• RSE development groups and engaging with Stakeholders.

• Future-proofing RSE provision.

• Developing Staff Confidence to provide RSE (staff training).

• Engaging with Parents & external professionals.

• Providing RSE Parental workshops.

• RSE through the age ranges (age appropriate and cognitively appropriate).

• RSE Learner Assessments tools.

• SEND pedagogy and RSE.

• Cohorts of Learning Styles (Autism, Down's Syndrome, PMLD, SLD, SEMH).

Who for?

All environments for learners with additional needs including main stream and special schools, PRUs, children's homes, children’s hospitals, adult learning and residential homes.

ICM accredited

No

BILD accredited

No

Required within a CQA framework

No

Who for?

ICM accredited

No

BILD accredited

No

Required within a CQA framework

No

Do your staff feel ready, equipped and confident in delivering statutory Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) to your learners with additional needs?

The Department of Education (DfE) have made Relationships Education compulsory in all primary schools in England and Relationships and Sex Education compulsory in all secondary schools, as well as making Health Education compulsory in all state-funded schools.

The key decisions on these subjects have been informed by a thorough engagement process, including a public call for evidence that received over 23,000 responses from parents, young people, schools and experts and a public consultation where over 40,000 people contacted the DfE.

Effective Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) provision is a right for all learners, yet it often proves challenging for educators and caregivers, particularly those teaching learners with additional needs.

Team Teach have developed an RSE Facilitator course to meet the requirements for the RSE curriculum within Education and helping Special Education further understand how they can build this into their schools.

Following the training, your RSE experts will be able to:

  • Upskill your team to confidently deliver thoughtful and age-appropriate RSE provision relevant for learners with SEND
  • Develop your RSE Policy
  • Show Ofsted you’re prepared and meeting statutory requirements for RSE
  • Ensure your setting has a quality RSE provision
  • Advise and work with Parents and Carers

We provide continued support,  and you’ll have access to our training area for ongoing support and materials. Our expert trainers have experience in education and SEND settings so they can discuss the specific needs of your organisation.

How is the course delivered?

Two-days delivered virtually via a fully interactive webinar.

Paul Bray

The course is developed in partnership with Paul Bray, Principal Team Teach trainer, experienced Educator and RSE specialist.

In his role as Headteacher of a Post-16 SEND provision in 2010, Paul quickly learned there was no RSE guidance relevant to his learners. Paul has become renowned for his work in supporting Relationships and Sex Education, particularly for disabled young people and those with special educational needs.

He’s taught on the Special Educational Needs & Disability Studies degree course, and been a speaker at the National Association of Colleges’ annual conference, the World Education Summit, the Sex Education Forum & the National Children’s Bureau conference.

Additional course information

This is a fully interactive virtual course accredited for 12-months.

This course is CPD certified and requires a one-day annual reaccreditation.

 

How to book a trainer course

Booking a Team Teach Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) course for SEND Learners is simple. We have a wide range of dates.

To book a course: Use our search tool to browse the dates and locations of our courses. It’s simple to book online using a credit card or generate an invoice for your employer.

For in-house training: Register your interest by filling in our simple enquiry form and we’ll be in touch to discuss your RSE training requirements. In-house training is only accessible to those settings with a minimum of 12 attendees.

Unsure of your RSE requirements? Fill in our simple enquiry form and we’ll be in touch to discuss your individual needs and setting.

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