PSHE Education: Helping Children Navigate a Complex World

Jenny Fox, PSHE Association

Explore how to provide safe and effective PSHE education

Personal, social, health, and economic (PSHE) education is the school subject that prepares children and young people for life. It covers health and wellbeing, relationships and sex, careers and financial capability.

Most elements of PSHE education are now compulsory in England. When taught well, PSHE can have a big impact on individuals and society, but there are some basic principles to learn before you step into the classroom.

On this course, you’ll learn principles of safe PSHE teaching practice and how to plan and teach your own PSHE lessons with confidence.

You’ll learn how PSHE has developed globally and examine research that is applicable to teachers internationally.

This course is targeted at PSHE teachers in England, or teachers of any aspect of health or relationships and sex education around the world.

In particular, this course will support teachers who have not received any face-to-face training for PSHE education or would like to develop professionally in PSHE education.

Dates:
  • 13 September 2021
  • 24 May 2021
  • 29 March 2021
  • 25 January 2021
  • 5 October 2020
Course properties:
  • Free:
  • Paid:
  • Certificate:
  • MOOC:
  • Video:
  • Audio:
  • Email-course:
  • Language: English Gb

Reviews

No reviews yet. Want to be the first?

Register to leave a review

Show?id=n3eliycplgk&bids=695438
NVIDIA
More from 'Social Sciences':
Regular_4c1be4bd-a779-469c-9a11-7539334f8267 Why Do People Migrate? Facts
Get an introduction to one of the most misunderstood issues in the modern world...
Regular_21259cb4-5326-40f0-92e0-d0055d978c45 Humanitarian Action, Response and Relief
Understand both the principles and practicalities of humanitarian response and...
Regular_5b9304d1-9dc6-4562-9630-63a8faf9e69a Getting Started with Teaching Data Science in Schools
Learn the basics of data science and how to introduce data science in the classroom...
Regular_d8e1e826-d510-4d63-9178-45a439d17cb6 Childhood Adversity: The Impact of Childhood Maltreatment on Mental Health
Explore the connection between childhood adversity and mental health, and enhance...
Regular_282a3dee-812f-4df4-b714-0238a71ae7aa Academic Research Methodology for Master’s Students
Understand the academic research process at master’s level and build the skills...
More from 'FutureLearn':
Regular_1232bc67-5f79-4a83-96bf-f7ee50d82a52 Why Do We Age? The Molecular Mechanisms of Ageing
Why do we age? Is there a limit to human lifespan? Can we prolong our lives...
Regular_da02a067-a45f-4933-aae3-d1fab7d064ed Quality Improvement in Healthcare: the Case for Change
Explore new and better ways of organising health and social care services to...
Regular_4c1be4bd-a779-469c-9a11-7539334f8267 Why Do People Migrate? Facts
Get an introduction to one of the most misunderstood issues in the modern world...
Regular_508ea36e-9f38-410c-8680-3abca2df5d8f Nursing in Crisis? Exploring Current Challenges
Explore the key issues affecting nurses' job satisfaction and practice today...
Regular_42a9f50d-70df-4d73-a1e1-e9bf75c8513e Digital Skills: Social Media
Learn how to use social media for business, from creating a social media presence...

© 2013-2019