Josie Rayner-Wells

National RSE Adviser, Educator Solutions

RHSE: Time to Prepare

Josie Rayner-Wells

National RSE Advisor, Educator Solutions

14.05 – 14.35

Schools need to start teaching RSHE from summer term 2021. RSHE is most effective when taught as a triangulation between school, parents and pupils. How can you ensure that Covid restrictions don’t stop you from engaging parents and pupils before you start to teach? National RSHE advisor and author of RSE resources, Josie Rayner-Wells, provides tips and ideas for running successful remote parental engagement sessions and ensuring pupil voice informs your delivery.

Josie’s biog:

Josie Rayner-Wells is an experienced Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education (RSHE) and Inclusion Adviser and Trainer for the education sector. Josie is passionate about the positive impact high quality RSHE can have on pupil health and wellbeing, safeguarding and wider school statutory responsibilities. Previously she has worked with the national Sex Education Forum writing resources and training courses; has worked on the national DfE and GEO pilot programme ‘Learn Equality, Live Equal’ supporting schools to address homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying; and delivers consultancy support and training nationally for Diocese, local authorities and public health.

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