PSHE Education

The PSHE and Health Schools Teacher Adviser is part of the School Improvement Service working with schools to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Lancashire. The role is to train and support schools to design their PSHE curriculum to meet the needs of their current cohorts, statutory requirements and Ofsted. It is a traded service which offers schools individual service level agreements and training to clusters of schools to address the needs of a unique local community. The termly area network meetings bring together the offer to schools by partners as well as the opportunity to network and to receive the most up to date information and guidance. The Lancashire Healthy Schools Programme continues to offer accreditation which has helped schools to prepare for the Healthy Schools Rating Scheme.

The PSHE and Health Schools Teacher Adviser is part of the School Improvement Service working with schools to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Lancashire.

The role is to train and support schools to design their PSHE curriculum to meet the needs of their current cohorts, statutory requirements and Ofsted. It is a traded service which offers schools individual service level agreements and training to clusters of schools to address the needs of a unique local community.

The termly area network meetings bring together the offer to schools by partners as well as the opportunity to network and to receive the most up to date information and guidance. The Lancashire Healthy Schools Programme continues to offer accreditation which has helped schools to prepare for the Healthy Schools Rating Scheme.

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