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Congratulations to Julie Riches from Philip Southcote
 
School award

Julie Riches from Philip Southcote special school has been selected to join the PSHE (personal social health and economic education) Association Advisory Council.

The PSHE Association supports PSHE practitioners across all phases of education to raise the quality of PSHE teaching and promote the subject’s status within the curriculum.

PSHE professionals from across the country were invited to apply to become a member of the association’s advisory council, and Julie’s application was so strong that she was invited for interview and subsequently selected.

The PSHE Association said:

“Julie’s passion for both PSHE and the teaching of children and young people with SEND (special educational needs or a disability) simply lifted from her application form, and she was swiftly selected to support the PSHE Association Advisory Council. Her commitment to effective, up-to-date PSHE pedagogy was further evident as this year she embarked upon the National PSHE CPD programme with Babcock 4S and the University of Roehampton - it is this level of expertise we require when developing guidance for a national audience.”


For any further information regarding PSHE support and consultancy please contact Sarah Lyles.

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