Special Needs and Teaching Sex and Relationships Education (SRE)
14th November 2016 , 9:15 – 4:00
Charlton Down Village Hall, Dorset DT2 9UA
A day to explore the background to current thinking on Sex and Relationships Education and SEND.
What do these terms mean for those with profound and severe learning difficulties and/or autism? Do they mean different things than for the rest of society?
- Dilemmas of Difference
- The difficulties of teaching SRE to those with learning PMD, SLD and/or ASD
- The key roles of professionals and parents
- Taking a different, rather than a differentiated approach to learning
- What do we have to teach? Ofsted, the DfE and the law
- The fundamental importance of a base/core curriculum that is applicable to all and an exploration of that core curriculum
- Extending out beyond the core Sex and Relationships Education curriculum as relevant
Event leader, Peter Imray has been involved in the education and welfare of children, young people and adults with autism for over 25 years as a teacher, manager, writer and trainer. For most of this time he was employed by The Bridge School, an outstanding school for children and young people aged 2-19, with severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple learning difficulties and/or autism, in Islington, North London.
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