International School of Luxembourg: Learning Loft
Since 2010, through hosting a variety of professional development workshops, ISL has played host to hundreds of inquisitive international school educators. These workshops attracted teachers, curriculum designers, school leaders and other educational experts to participate in learning experiences geared towards positively impacting and influencing student learning.
Do your parents know that your Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) programme connects with the school’s values? - Susie March
Thursday, 25 March, 2021
17:00 – 18:15 PM CET
Session Description & Objectives:
How can we increase supportive Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) collaboration with a far more diverse set of parents?
By empowering parents to take up the mantle of “Primary Educators” of CSE, there is an opportunity to create a supportive forum for positive conversations between parents, their children and the school about sexuality and relationships.
Takeaways for participants:
Within their context, schools need to find new ways to empower the parents and carers in their specific role in CSE.
Help parents understand why and how your school’s vision, mission & values are directly connected to the CSE approach.
Having a well-publicised community-consultative CSE policy will underpin and enhance your program.
This event will be facilitated by Tianna Monea, Upper School Academic Leader for Physical Education and Health.
To register for the event please follow this link.
Council of International Schools
CHILD PROTECTION FOUNDATION WORKSHOP
Peer-on-peer abuse, online grooming, intersectionality, race, student voice, effective systems, codes of conduct …
Date: 6–8 April 2021
Time: 09:30–15:15 Central European Time (CET) / 14:30–20:15 Indochina Time (ICT)
These are just a few of the topics you’ll explore in this workshop as you develop your understanding of the key risks and realities relating to child protection and safeguarding within international school communities.
School leaders and educators will learn and connect on vital and well-established workshop content plus newly developed and timely material in an accessible online format. This virtual workshop is designed by the same global team of experts and collaborators as our in-person workshops.
What can you expect?
Training that is tailored to the needs of international school communities.
Develop a shared understanding of the signs of online grooming and sexual abuse.
Understand the risks associated with bullying and harm between students and how to address these forms of harm effectively by engaging student voice.
Learn about students’ experiences of online harm and how to build skills in your community around online consent, cyber-bullying and online sexual harassment.
All our speakers are members of the International Taskforce on Child Protection (ITFCP).
Strand B: Preventing and identifying child abuse—curriculum, culture and receiving disclosures: Alignment with accreditation standards
Develop knowledge of age-appropriate, healthy relationship education for children and young people based upon new UNESCO and WHO guidelines.
Learn how to receive a disclosure of abuse, protect students from harm in the home and address abuse across cultures.
Understand how to embed equity, diversity and anti-racism in schools, by learning how to safeguard young people whose voices have traditionally been marginalised, whether because of their race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, class or otherwise.