The way sex education is taught in secondary schools has long been outdated, awkward and uninclusive. The current government guidelines state that ‘schools are free to determine how they teach the content’ but there are no set resources available to equipt teachers to do this.

Megan Barclay

An inclusive and alternative workshop-style pack of resources to normalize
the conversations that will empower teachers, promote discussion and increase confidence in young people. All resources have been designed to promote discussion and add a level of humour that aims to combat the awkwardness associated with sex education lessons.