RSHE Teacher Training

Teacher training is vital if RSHE is to have a positive impact on the lives of young people and create the cultural shift towards more consensual, equitable and healthy relationships for the next generation.

Have your RSHE teachers opted in to teach these subjects?

Are these ‘structured assessed lessons’ or ‘informal form time activities’ or both?

Does your RSHE team understand the importance of ground rules & safe spaces?

Are they confident and comfortable with the knowledge, information and skills required to deliver this subject well?

Do they feel well equipped to manage discussion, questions and safeguarding issues?

Does your WHOLE STAFF TEAM know that they are part of the conversation?

Our RSHE Teacher Training is not a one-off tickbox exercise. This is an ongoing dialogue with you and your colleagues. Building solid foundations and topping up subject knowledge regularly.

Whether it is the entire staff body, your PSHE leads, the form teacher team, boarding house parents, or just a handful of new teachers who need some additional guidance; we can support you at INSET or otherwise.

If you want to discuss your training needs – please contact us below.
“Leaders should take a whole-school/college approach to developing a culture where all kinds of sexual harassment and online sexual abuse are recognised and addressed. To achieve this, schools and colleges need to create an environment where staff model respectful and appropriate behaviour, where children and young people are clear about what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour, and where they are confident to ask for help and support when they need it. Central to this should be a carefully planned and implemented RSHE curriculum, sanctions and interventions to tackle poor behaviour and provide support for children and young people who need it, training and clear expectations for staff and governors, and listening to pupil voice.”
OFSTED Review of Sexual Abuse in Schools & Colleges 2021