Following the new regulations to introduce Relationships Education to all pupils receiving primary education and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) to all pupils receiving secondary education, we’ve laid out some of our latest resources for anyone teaching and supporting young people, with lesson plans, stories and guidance around important areas such as consent, boundaries, relationships, puberty, LGBT issues and pornography.
16 Workshops on Relationship and Sex Education for Schools and other Youth Settings
Thalia Wallis & Pete Wallis
This book provides teachers and parents with the ‘need-to-knows’ to educate groups of young people about consent, pornography, sexting and many other related topics, as well as giving them the tools to ward themselves against abusive behaviour.
What Does Consent Really Mean?
Pete Wallis & Thalia Wallis
(Can be bought alongside Talking Consent)
Using beautiful illustrations in a comic book format, the author presents the issues around defining the term consent, and how to engage with the topic in sexual education programmes, schools, and families.
Ask First, Monkey!
A Playful Introduction to Consent and Boundaries
Juliet Clare Bell & Abigail Tompkins
Illustrated storybook to teach children aged 3-6 about consent, and how important it is to respect people and their differing boundaries. It is equally suitable for use as a standalone story or as part of a structured lesson plan.
The Every Body Book
The LGBTQ+ Inclusive Guide for Kids about Sex, Gender, Bodies, and Families
Rachel E. Simon, LCSW, illustrated by Noah Grigni
An illustrated LGBTQ+ inclusive kid’s guide to sex, gender and relationships education that includes children and families of all genders and sexual orientations, covering puberty, hormones, consent, sex, pregnancy and safety.
How to Stop Homophobic and Biphobic Bullying
A Practical Whole-School Approach
Jonathan Charlesworth M.Ed. Foreword by Peter K. Smith
Create safe LGBT inclusive learning environments through activities, lessons plans and worksheets, ready to implement in the classroom.
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