RSE for All Virtual Conference

Event Dates and Prices

Wednesday 27th January 2021

A conference for schools and SEND settings, local authority staff and clinical staff on how to support all children and young people with Relationships Education (RE) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) through exploring resources, good practice and current advice and guidance.

This Conference, being hosted by the Leeds City Council Health and Wellbeing Service, will support schools and settings to create inclusive, accessible and needs-led RSE for all learners, including those with special educational needs and disabilities.

The day will include both live and recorded keynote presentations, workshops and case studies for both mainstream and special settings with these being delivered by Rachael Baker and colleagues of the Sex Ed Forum, Andi Cope of Spectrum Community Health, Jamie Darby of East SILC and others. 

The virtual platform provided by Mondale Events for this Conference will include a sponsors area where organisations are invited to take advantage of this excellent opportunity to promote their products and services to the target audience.  Each sponsor will benefit from a dedicated page on the platform with the facility to include advertisements, videos,  prizes etc. and, if interested in participating, should please contact us for further details.

Schools with any Health and Wellbeing Service SLA £25 per delegate.

Non SLA Schools £75 per delegate.

Schools will be invoiced directly from Leeds City Council following registration on this site.

 

 

Event Speakers

-Rachael Baker

-Rachael Baker

Senior Relationships and Sex Education Specialist, Sex Education Forum. Rachael is a qualified teacher and specialist in working with learners with unique and complex needs, Rachael has much experience of working in a variety of education settings, including mainstream schools, multi-faith school, ESBD and SEMH settings, Pupil Referral Units, and Special Schools, and has held the post of PSHE Co-Ordinator and RSE subject lead. Her most recent teaching post was Nurture Base tutor for a form of 16-19 year olds with moderate learning difficulties. Rachael recently completed the MA Education at Birmingham City University, focusing on inclusion in education for learners with ASC. Since joining Sex Education Forum in September 2019, Rachael has spoken at national conferences, including DfE Early Adopter conferences, worked with a range of schools, local authorities and central government, and has been recently published in Times Education Supplement and SecEd magazine. Rachael’s professional objective is to support professionals with quality CPD to enable schools and teachers to deliver inclusive, age appropriate and consistent RSE to all learners.
Cat Bowers

Cat Bowers

RSE Health Improvement Practitioner for Manchester Healthy Schools and a trained Secondary School Teacher. Cat has worked alongside many schools, parents and faith communities to support cohesion and inclusion amongst a diverse inner city context.
Helen Lord (BSc. (Hons), PGCE)

Helen Lord (BSc. (Hons), PGCE)

Personal, Social Health and Economics Education (PSHE education) and Healthy Schools Consultant for the Health and Wellbeing Service in Leeds. Helen has been a consultant for 12 years. Before joining the service, Helen was a primary school teacher and the PSHE & Healthy Schools Coordinator in an ‘outstanding’ school for 5 years. Helen designs and facilitates PSHE training as well as offering individualised training, advice, resources and support in all types of schools and settings across Leeds and beyond. Helen has been instrumental in redesigning and aligning Healthy Schools with Ofsted through the development of an online, Healthy Schools’ revalidation and school improvement tool, the ‘School Health Check’.
Jamie Darby

Jamie Darby

Post 16 Phase Leader, Senior Teaching & Learning Manager, East SILC. Jamie is Head of a SEND Post 16 set across two sites at East SILC in Leeds. He has worked in SEND as a teacher for the past 22 years across a range of settings in West Yorkshire. The focus of East SILC's Post 16 is to best prepare learners for their own individual experience of adulthood, and so the curriculum on offer is led by the students wherever possible.
Jane Sidwell

Jane Sidwell

Head of Primary and PSHE coordinator in a Special School in North Yorkshire for children aged 2 to 19. Jane has a Masters in Autism and has experience of teaching Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) across the age range and leading staff CPD to support a whole school approach to the teaching of inclusive RSHE.
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