How Does A Workshop Help Your School?
The National Curriculum – PSHE & Citizenship and the Disability Equality Duty
Our workshops help you to …
- Meet National Curriculum requirements for PSHE at Key Stage 1, 2, 3 + 4
- Meet National Curriculum requirements for Citizenship at Key Stage 1, 2, 3 + 4 In particular: Personal, social and emotional development and knowledge and understanding of the world.
- Achieve the National Healthy Schools Standard through the promotion of social inclusion
- Contribute to school improvement plans under the following Every Child Matters outcomes: Staying Safe – addressing bullying, discrimination and keeping children safe
- Make a positive contribution – develop positive relationships free of discrimination and prejudice
- Meet your Duty to Promote Disability Equality under the Disability Equality Duty
Launched in December 2007 the Disability Equality Duty requires public authorities to promote equality for disabled people. If acted upon thoroughly, this duty has the potential to herald a transformation in public services and the lives of disabled people.
Primary and Secondary Local Authority schools will be required to produce a disability equality scheme outlining their plans to increase opportunities for disabled people. These include:
- Promoting equality for disabled people by producing a disability equality scheme which outlines their plans to increase opportunities for disabled people
- Exercising “due regard” for promoting equality, eliminating discrimination and harassment
- Promoting positive attitudes towards disabled people
- Taking steps to ensure disabled people’s needs are met
Practical experience for children