PSHEe support for Wolverhampton schools
Since September 2018 PSHE support to Wolverhampton schools has been offered through a joint partnership between the Education and Public Health departments of City of Wolverhampton Council.
This partnership will aim to extend the range of expertise and resources available to schools in relation to PSHEe - and will take a lead in advising schools on forthcoming developments, such as Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) becoming a statutory requirement from September 2020.
In January 2019, Amanda Evans joined City of Wolverhampton Council as the new PSHE Advisory Teacher. Amanda has a wealth of experience as a PSHE education subject lead at both secondary and primary phases. For advice on planning your PSHEe curriculum and on updating related school policies, please contact Amanda on 01902 555622 or e-mail her at
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