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School based training

A range of INSET can be provided for both primary and secondary schools covering a variety of PSHE education themes.

The delivery or contribution to parents evenings/workshops on a range of topics related to health and wellbeing - from transition to drugs and RSE can also be requested. 

INSET is delivered using an active learning approach with an emphasis on practical activities using resources and teaching strategies that can be replicated in the classroom.

Please contact Nick to discuss the requirements for your school, or to make a booking.

Here are some examples of INSET that has been previously delivered: 

(you can read a summary of feedback from school staff about central and inset events) 

Supporting young people with Emotional Health and Wellbeing

This aims of this session are to:

  • gain an understanding of children's risk taking behaviour
  • increase knowledge about particular aspects of risk taking behaviour (including self harm)
  • consider responses to vulnerable young people, within your school

A possible follow up to Safeguarding training in school

Duration 2 hours 

Delivering Effective Drug Education

 This aims of this session are to: 

  • increase staff knowledge aroung young people and drugs
  • reflect on current evidence based practice in planning, teaching and asessing drug education
  • explore practical ways to deliver drug education, as part of PSHEE

Duration 1.5 - 2 hours 

An Introduction to 'Learn 4 Life' (primary only)

This aims of this session are to:

  • gain a clearer understanding of the content and character of the Wiltshire 'Learn 4 Life' primary PSHEE scheme of work;
  • consider the contribution 'Learn 4 Life' can make to the school's overall provision for children's learning and development;
  • develop staff confidence and skills in the practical delivery of 'Learn 4 Life' in the classroom.

Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours

A Whole School Approach to RSE

The aims of this session are to:

  • provide an opportunity for staff to consider their own attitudes and values relating to relationships and sex education;
  • consider the value of having a high quality RSE programme in school;
  • highlight the key features of effective classroom practice;
  • discuss age appropriate content of a whole school RSE programme (what should be taught when)
  • outline approaches to working in partnership with parents and carers; 
  • To provide a range of strategies for dealing with awkward questions in the classroom setting.

Duration: 2 - 3 hours

An Introduction to Circle Time

The aims of this session are to:

  • gain a clear understanding of the value of quality circle time;
  • consider the contribution that circle time can make to the school's overall provision for children's learning and development;
  • develop staff skills and confidence in the practical delivery of circle time in PSHE education.

Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours