What We Offer

 

From September 2018

Since September 2018, the Education and Public Health departments of City of Wolverhampton Council have worked in partnership to provide PSHE/RSE education support to Wolverhampton schools. The current offer to schools is as follows:

 

  • A specialist RSHE (relationships, sex, health) education and the traditional personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education advisory service.

  • Staff development opportunities to promote high quality PSHE education delivery in schools.

  • Support will be tailored to meet the needs of individual schools and link national best practice and guidance to local needs and priorities. It will include: 

    • PSHE programmes of study, lesson plans and resources.

    • Policy development and review.

    • Consultancy and planning visits.

    • Local data and intelligence e.g. Health Related Behaviour Survey and new Public Health school profiles.

    • Access to a range of projects and interventions linked to local education and public health priorities.

    • Support for schools in addressing elements of the Ofsted judgement of Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare and Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development.

    • A coordinated City approach around the key themes of PSHE/RSE education, for example, emotional wellbeing, safety, employability, relationships and sex education.

 

For more information about the offer,  please contact  Amanda Evans (01902 555622) amanda.evans@wolverhampton.gov.uk 

Howard Jobber (01902 555928) howard.jobber@wolverhampton.gov.uk