This course demystifies RSHE (Relationships, Sex and Health Education) and helps teachers and school leaders feel confident, competent and clear when teaching this element of PSHE.

PSHE can strike fear into many teachers, often because of inadequate training. This short course takes you through 11 easy steps to become a better RSHE teacher. Remember, you don't have to be perfect, just good enough!

You will learn about the 11 easy steps to being a better RSHE teacher.

You will also learn to feel more confident, competent and clear - and you might even feel bolder too!

There will be some questions and tasks linked to the course, as PSHE is a subject that advocates self-reflection.

Hi, I’m Joanna and I'm truly passionate about high-quality PSHE. I've designed this course to help teachers feel confident, competent and clear when teaching about relationships education, sex education and health education (RSHE).

I teach professional and personal development courses, simple and effective exercise classes, and a range of health-related events for people who value their well-being and want to know more.

I am an experienced teacher, trainer and education consultant and coach. I have taught and observed teaching and learning in over 750 educational settings in my 20-year career, and have taught over 1500 hours of face-to-face and online classes.

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RSHE in 11 easy steps

New to teaching RSHE? Need some guidance? Want to feel more confident? You're in the right place!

In the UK, from September 2020, the Health Education and Relationships Education (primary) and the secondary Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) (secondary) aspects of PSHE education will be compulsory in all schools. Health Education will be compulsory in all schools from September 2020, along with Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in all secondary schools and Relationships Education in all primaries.

Feeling bamboozled by all this?

This short course will help you feel clear, confident and competent!