Materials for the training have been created by the DfE, linked to the statutory guidance. Debenham High School has been selected as one of the 20 schools to deliver this training nationally.
Trainers have over 20 year’s experience in delivery of RSHE in school.
Where relevant health and social care experts will be used to provide context to their work with young people. In our first session Dr Hazel Harrison, Clinical Psychologist, ThinkAvellana will provide practical guidance based on clinical evidence to support the importance of mental health and wellbeing in schools.
When and How - will the training take place?
Twilight session 22nd September 2020
This training will take place online.
Zoom will be the online platform used to deliver the training.
3.30 Virtual Arrival
3.45 Introductions and context setting
4.00 Keynote – Dr Hazel Harrison, mental health and wellbeing of young people
Julia Upton, Headteacher– putting Hazel’s work into practice
4.45 Teaching Mental Health and Wellbeing in RSHE in School
5.45 Q and A, future sessions
All webinars will take place 3.45 – 6pm
Webinar 2 -Relationships – Developing healthy, intimate relationships, including sexual relationships -13th October
Webinar 3-Families (& people who care for me)-24th November
Webinar 4-Being Safe – Online and in real life - 19th January
Webinar 5- Making healthy choices (i) - Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco- 23rd February
Webinar 6- Making Healthy Choices (ii) -Basic First Aid ,Physical Health and Fitness,Health and Prevention ,Healthy Eating
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place. Following this you will be sent a pre-course questionnaire and details of how to join the virtual training.