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Statutory SRE – Getting it right for disabled children and those with SEN

16 Jan 2018 Booking

Joint Conference

Statutory SRE – Getting it right for disabled children and those with SEN

16 January 2018 – Central London

This one day conference, hosted by the Sex Education Forum and Council for Disabled Children, will debate the future of RSE for disabled children and those with SEN in light of the new statutory requirement for RSE from September 2019. Join sector leaders, including representation from the DfE, for a series of exciting presentations, panel discussions and interactive workshops.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Dame Christine Lenehan, Director, Council for Disabled Children,
  • David Stewart OBE DL, Head Teacher, Oak Field School and Sports College,
  • Lesley Kerr-Edwards, Director, Image in Action
  • Richard Vaughn, Deputy Director, Department for Education.

Workshops

  • Sex, Relationships and Making Choices in A Changing World: An accessible and interactive workshop, Face Front Inclusive Theatre
  • Teaching consent: Practical strategies for small group work with pupils with MLD Sarah Duignan, Image in Action
  • Boundaries in 1:1 work: Developing safe learning environments for talking about sex Claire Lightley, the sexual health charity FPA
  • The home/school partnership: Talking about sexuality with parents and carers of pupils (TBC)

Tickets cost £199 and can be booked via Eventbrite. See conference flyer attached for more information. We are expecting a high demand for the limited number of tickets available for this event.  This conference is for all professionals working across health, education, and social care, we also welcome parents and young people. BOOK your tickets here

For further information please email  tshorrock@ncb.org.uk.