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Sex & Relationships Education One-to-One Consultancy Sessions
The focus of these sessions will be on developing Sex and Relationships education in your school. Each session will be tailored to the needs of your school community.
Mock debate event for sixth form students during Local Democracy Week 2017
The Chairman of Hertfordshire County Council, Councillor Richard Thake, invites you to bring a group of up to 15 sixth form students from your school to County Hall on Thursday 12th October to participate in a mock debate event.
The event will run from 9:30am to 12pm. Students will participate in a case study which will bring the decision-making process to life for them. The aim is to highlight the importance of engaging in local democracy and to demonstrate how decisions that affect people’s everyday lives are taken.
Students will be given a scenario, based on a real local issue, which they will be asked to consider from a variety of different community perspectives. At the end of the event, they will take on the role of County Councillors and participate in a decision-making debate in the Council Chamber, which will be chaired by the Chairman.
This event offers the opportunity for students not only to experience how decisions are made, but also to meet with some of their local representatives and the Council’s Young Commissioners. It may be of interest particularly to pupils studying Government and Politics or Geography but it is open to any Year 12 or Year 13 pupil whom you think would benefit from this opportunity.
Please note that places for the event are limited, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01992 555617 as soon as possible with an estimate of the number of students you’d like to bring to guarantee them a place. Places will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
The Global Learning Programme (GLP)
The Global Learning Programme (GLP) is building a national network of schools, committed to equipping their pupils to make a positive contribution to a globalised world by helping their teachers to deliver effective teaching and learning about development and global issues at Key Stages 2 and 3.
The GLP gives teachers a fully supported way to embed global learning into their teaching. It helps them teach pupils about the challenges our world faces and think critically about how to deal with issues such as poverty, inequality and sustainability.
Hertfordshire Global Learning CPD day
Date:Monday 19th June 2017
Global Learning Programme Conference Flyer - Monday 19th June 2017
Global Learning Programme - Key Information
Introduction to the Global Learning Programme
Global Learning Programme - Links to School Priorities
Global Learning Programme - Primary SLT Pack
Global Learning Programme - Secondary SLT Pack
Global Learning Programme - Special Schools SLT Pack
Global Learning Programme - Leaflet
Citizenship KS1-2 - GoGivers
GoGivers is a PSHE and Citizenship programme for primary schools to develop caring and concerned citizens with the skills and confidence to make a positive difference to their communities. Visit the Go Givers site and see their new resources!
Lawyers in Schools website
Lawyers in Schools is an employee volunteering scheme developed by the Citizenship Foundation, in partnership with Linklaters. The scheme places practising and trainee lawyers into the classroom to work with young people to develop their awareness and understanding of the law. For more information click on the link below: