Upcoming training and events – Book now: places are limited.
2020 RSE are you ready? Huddle: 1 year on from our successful conference ‘Preparing for Compulsory SRE’ we are hosting this event which supports schools and organisations to get ready to implement statutory relationships, sex and health education. Primary and secondary teachers, RSE and PSHE lead, Head Teachers and Deputies, pastoral staff, youth workers, school nurses, local authority teams are invited to come along and take part in this great opportunity to network, share ideas and learn new skills. This half-day event will take place on Tuesday 11th February 2020, 9 am – 1pm at our HQ at MediaCityUK. Book your place here.
Consent and Pizza – Train the Trainer. It’s never too early to teach about consent and boundaries. It is one of the most important topics within relationships, health and sex education. When children and young people have a good understanding of what consent means for themselves and others it helps makes sense of many other core values such as respect, effective communication, self-esteem and resilience.
Learning children and young people about consent helps reduce incidences of sexual bullying and can support children and young people to seek help.
Teaching consent can be done in a variety of ways, this course explores these ideas alongside our own technique Consent and Pizza. This original idea created by Tough Cookies Education supports young people to further develop their understanding and skills for consent.
This one day course will take place on Tuesday 21st April 2020, 9:30 am – 4 pm at our HQ, MediaCityUK. Tickets for this training cost £99.
From September 2020, it will become statutory for all primary schools to deliver Relationships Education and Health Education and for all secondary schools to be delivering Relationships and Sex Education (RSE/SRE)
Schools are being encouraged to prepare for the changes to statutory SRE and begin delivering the new subjects as soon as they are ready.
Tough Cookies Education Training
Tough Cookies Education training courses support teachers to recognise the significant role that effective SRE can have in improving the health and well-being of children and young people; keeping young people safe, reducing the number of teenage conceptions and tackling the high rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
The short courses and full-day training we provide explores key topics which form part of relationships, health and sex education. Our training, guidance and support, helps schools and teachers to be prepared and confident to provide good quality relationships education, health education and relationships and sex education (RSE/SRE/HE)
We offer a number of training opportunities for schools and organisations, courses can be delivered in-house, at your centre or we can host from our HQ at MediaCityUK, Salford.