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21 Nov
Seminar
Nurses' CPD - Health promotion and developing the nurses' role within PSHE - November 21, 2017
21 Nov 2017 10:30 - 21 Nov 2017 15:30

 

Nurses CPD - Health promotion and developing the nurses' role within PSHE

 

Date: November 21, 2017

 

Why you should attend? This course is designed to build upon current skills and experience, enabling delegates to offer a wider range of help within the school environment. This course is designed to get medical staff out of the medical centre and into the school. It aims to broaden their prospects and enable staff to see what a great resource the medical staff are to the school, alongside their daily duties in the medical centre.

 

Programme

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­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­10.00               Registration/Arrival Coffee

 

10.30               The school nurse and PSHE education

  • What is PSHE and what is its place in the curriculum?
  • Where does health fit into that programme and where could the nurse contribute?
  • What does 'good' PSHE teaching look like?
  • General Principals of planning a PSHE session

 

12.30               Lunch

 

13:30               Health promotion and presentation skills

  • What is health?
  • What is health promotion, and how can it be achieved in a boarding school?
  • The ways we learn
  • Classroom presentation skills

 

15:30               Close of Seminar

 

 

Seminar Presenter

Jenny Barksfield - Deputy CEO and Senior Subject Specialist, PSHE Association

Jenny left her job as a Ward Sister after 8 years of nursing to start a family, study for a degree in French and live abroad for a while. This led her down a different path to a teaching career and Jenny has now been working in PSHE education for over 20 years.  She was Head of PSHE education and Citizenship at a large secondary school for 10 years culminating in a secondment to manage a project for the PSHE Association.  This led to her joining the Association team, first as Training and Development Lead and now as Deputy CEO and Senior Subject Specialist, leading on partnership projects with local authorities, government departments and charities, as well as leading the Association’s team of subject specialists. She has authored or co-authored all of the Association’s key guidance materials and resources including the Programme of Study for key stages 1 – 5, which is signposted by the DfE as the national programme of study for PSHE education. Her co-authored book Understanding PSHE education in secondary schools was published in October 2016.

 

Venue: International Students House, 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN

 

Cost: Member £200

          Non-member £250

Location:

International Students House, 229 Great Portland Street, London, Greater London, W1W 5PN, United Kingdom