What PSHE teachers think about our support and Empower Hour…
“I couldn’t believe just how much ground we managed to cover. I left with a clear plan of next steps and the reassurances I needed as a new PSHE Subject Lead to work through things successively. I was feeling overwhelmed, but having Angela from Chameleon PDE available to chat through my ideas gave me the clarity and confidence to know I was on the right track.”
Ashley Rennison (Ormiston Ilkeston Enterprise Academy, Derbyshire)
“I first became aware of Chameleon PDE last year when we were struggling to make sure students mental health needs were addressed during the pandemic. The support from Chameleon made my life as Subject Lead more straightforward and resulted in PSHE programme developments which gained excellent feedback from students, teachers and parents alike.”
Emiline Moins (St John Fisher Catholic High School, Cambridgeshire)
Here are some of the testimonials we have received over the last year.
Since the publication of the revised Ofsted Handbook for Schools in July 2022, and the annual update to Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE) in September, we’ve been on a mission to discover what the reality is in regard to school inspections and what aspects of PSHE are being looked at.
LGBTQ+ inclusive education is one of the most contested parts of the Personal Development Education (PSHE) curriculum in schools and it has become highly politicised. We hope you find this article informative and supportive of your efforts to make the curriculum inclusive for all.
How do you consult with parents/guardians effectively?
Personal, Social, Health, Education (PSHE) is an important part of every pupil’s education. It is an area of the school curriculum that has often been overlooked and given a low priority. However, with Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) for secondary schools and Relationships and Health Education (RSE) for primary schools having become statutory in all state schools in England from September 2020, PSHE can no longer be left to chance or fitted in when there is nothing ‘more important’ to do.
This guidance article looks at why assessment in PSHE, or aspects of it, are now mandatory in schools. It also explores some of the pros and cons of different assessment approaches that could be used in this curriculum area.
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