RELATIONSHIPS & SEX EDUCATION (RSE)
FREE HOMESCHOOLING LESSONS
These days parents are getting more used to homeschooling. See this as a great opportunity to teach your child about sex & relationships your way. You are your child’s primary educator!
Add relationships & sex education (RSE) to your schedule with these short sessions on bodies, babies, consent & more…
NEWS YOU CAN USE
Soap opera to feature sexting storyline
“The 16-year-old, played by Tanisha Gorey, will be left devastated when a striptease she sent to impress her new boyfriend is leaked on the internet. The situation will turn the teen’s world upside down when her school peers get wind of the tape. Her father soon begins to see how it is all affecting his daughter, and heads into ‘protection mode’”
TIPS BY TOPIC
Browse information, advice and resources on every topic under the sex & relationships sun
Making babies, puberty before it hits and
Seeking out healthy, respectful relationships from childhood on
Knowing what you like
and being able to tell others what you want
The impact of porn on kids’ attitudes & behaviour and navigating sexting
Becoming who you are
and accepting others’ sexual identity
Critical thinking and resilience in the face of limiting stereotypes
TIPS BY AGE
Whether your child is into Transformers or texting, age-specific help is at hand
Children want parents and school to be their top two sources of information about sex and relationships (according to the Sex Education Forum).
Parents have been called the missing link in their children’s sex and relationships learning. But talking openly with our children doesn’t always come naturally.
Outspoken helps parents to be prepared for and more comfortable about having straightforward conversations. Talking openly can improve…
PARENT + CHILD CONNECTION
Help your child become a critical thinker so they build up resilience and make good decisions in this digital world
Support your child to become who they want to be as they balance physical changes and new emotions
Create an easy, everyday openness with your child by being willing to tackle challenging topics
WHY DO I NEED OUTSPOKEN?
WHO WE ARE
Mother Pukka founder Anna Whitehouse
“The best support and protection parents can offer young people is ensuring they have all the information they need to make decisions about their health, body, sexual exploration and emotions – which is what Outspoken is all about”
Sara Pascoe – Comedian, author and member of Outspoken Advisory Board
”As a parent I felt enabled and empowered to have age-and-stage appropriate conversations with my children after the Outspoken Sex Ed workshop. This suddenly felt like a challenge I could take on with gusto rather than shying away from”
Dr Pooky Knightsmith –Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition vice chair & education lead
“This is wonderful work and very much needed”
Dr Naomi Sutton – NHS Sexual-health Consultant; on E4’s The Sex Clinic
Incredibly helpful. I feel much better equipped to deal with what I thought would be awkward conversations – actually I don’t think they are at all!
WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID
We are a buttoned-up Brit, an upfront American and a straight-talking Dane who have joined forces to help parents give their children the resilience and self-knowledge to navigate the digital world.
We are in it along with other parents: we have children ranging in age from toddlers to young adults.
Together we’ve come up with some tips we wish we’d had and the resources we still need to tackle difficult subjects with our kids.