Our sex and relationship education resources have been designed and refined over the years through collaboration with young people, their teachers and educators, and especially our team of expert consultants. The resources are freely available to download and use, and have been used by thousands of people around the world as the basis for RSE teaching and empowering discussions.
Our series of RSE resources for Key Stages 4 and 5 is available on the TES website.
Resources for Key Stages 2 and 3 are being trialled and include new objects.
We also offer an additional set of dedicated LGBT resources, produced in 2017 in collaboration with national educational charity Schools Out.
They can be used a simple lesson plans for RSE teaching, but can also be adapted and used as the basis for more creative and longer term projects. We give lots of ideas in the resource pack!
Our resources have proved effective in specialist educational settings. In 2016, a pupil referral unit in Exeter used them as the basis for a week-long drama project with three pupils who had experienced forms of sexual exploitation, reporting a significant increase in their attendance, confidence and ability to manage educational and social challenges. In Cornwall, sexual health charity Brook used the method with a group of young fathers, reporting increased confidence in discussing sexual issues.
Please contact you’d like more ideas, support, or have ideas for working with us to embed RSE in your working environment: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.