Teachers can attend a one day training course to learn how to deliver our interactive and thought provoking P.S.H.E resource. Training to use this resource is essential and so the package is only available to participants who attend one of our training days.
Following the training, teachers can deliver the resource in school, either as a six week P.S.H.E. package or use it to provide a variety of stand-alone, one hour sessions. The activities are designed to challenge common preconceptions and enable pupils to explore their values and beliefs and where they originate from, in a safe environment.
Subcultures and stereotypes are explored through character cards, task cards, images, vocabulary, videos, music, discussion, creative writing/artwork, role play and physical transformation. The content and structure enable a wide range of issue-based topics to be explored, including how to respect equality and diversity in relationships; physical, mental and emotional well-being; how to recognise and manage emotions within a range of relationships; respect for self and others; and rights and responsibilities.
The sessions support the development of critical thinking skills, empathy, increased awareness and understanding of difference and diversity, the consequences of actions for self and others and a deeper knowledge of cultural issues in the wider world.
The Foundation organises national one day training events to enable teachers to deliver the Primary Resource Pack in their own organisations. Lunch and refreshments are provided and delegates receive a full resource to take back to school. Delegates can purchase extra copies of the resource if needed.
We can also come into schools and deliver the training in-house to your staff.
Please use the enquiry/booking form below to register an interest and we will let you know of forthcoming events as soon as they are scheduled.
The workshop was just the right length and the delivery was pitched just right for the age of the children. You both did a great job with that. I know that on the day, the first class were more vocal with their feelings at the end of the session but in my opinion - the actions of the second class on the following day actually showed a better impact. For the first time all year, children spoke up about a dominant child to admit what he had done and that they didn't appreciate that in their class. It might not sound like much but for that class in particular-this is ground-breaking and I just wish that I could have had you in sooner.
Best wishes for continuing with your work - I sincerely hope that you are able to offer the same workshop to more Y6 classes. I'd definitely recommend it and can't thank you enough.