BEST IN CLASS | SEX ED IN SCHOOL

Relationships and sex education isn’t just about condoms and bananas anymore.

Here’s our pick of the best lessons and workshops being taught in schools today…

Bonnie J Rough observes a Spring Fever lesson in the Netherlands with barely a giggle from the class of 4- to 6-year-olds…

Domestic-violence prevention organisation Tender explores abuse with a group of year 8 girls 

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Under-25s sexual-health charity Brook talks to secondary-school kids about bodies, rights and the Values Continuum

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Split Banana – specialising in near-peer relationships & sex education – makes creative use of art and activism

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The Sexual Health Circus walks the porn & sexting tightrope with secondary school students in Bristol

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Teaching “The Talk” turns the tables on education: it has young people teaching teachers how to teach

The best relationships & sex educators

Inclusive relationships and sex education (RSE) needs parent champions! If your school is not giving one of the most important elements of your child’s education the attention it deserves, ask for one of these…

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We are fans of…

  • Teaching Lifeskills (by Outspoken Sex Ed co-founder Yoan Reed) for its rights-based approach

  • Gender Equality Collective for helping parents practise stereotype-free gender equality at home 

  • RSE In London for its diversity and its informative workshops

  • Sexplain for its inclusive, comprehensive, sex-positive programmes

  • Teaching “The Talk” for having young people deliver teacher training to teachers

  • Sexpression for having near-peer students facilitate sessions with young people

  • Sex Ed Matters for starting a great initiative to tackle sex & relationships taboos

  • Split Banana for creating sex ed for young people with young people

  • Going Off the Rails for its bold stance & dynamic presentations 

  • BigTalk for its established nationwide delivery of sex education

  • Terrence Higgins Trust for its counselling, workshops and work on contraception & LGBT issues

  • Tender for its healthy relationships workshops to prevent domestic & sexual violence

  • Sexual Health Circus for using performance to create frank & lively exchange

  • Brook for its time-tested work around sexual health & wellbeing for under-25s

  • I Support Sex Education for its forthright name & campaigning spirit

  • It Happens for presenting positive sex ed for a range of ages & stages

  • Lifting Limits for its demonstrable results in challenging unconscious bias & gender stereotypes


 

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