What Does the Guidance Say About the Online World?

With 99% of young people having access to a smartphone it is important to teach about the online are some handy tips on how.

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Feb 21, 2020

The Road to Statutory RSE

Are you using the PSHE Association and SEF's Roadmap to Statutory RSE. We have made a short video to explain the key tips (and ways you can get loads more free support!)

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Feb 20, 2020

What Does the Guidance Say About LGBT+?

In time for LGBT History Month here is a reminder of what the new guidance requires of schools from September

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Feb 06, 2020


How Loudmouth Sessions Raise Awareness of Sexual Abuse and Violence

Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness Week is taking place from 3rd February – 9th February, so we thought we’d share with you a bit about our work on sexual abuse and violence.

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Jan 29, 2020

What Does the Guidance Say About Puberty?

Loudmouth have been teaching children about puberty for 25 years!! But what does the new guidance say about it?

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Jan 23, 2020

Does Your RSE Meet the New Guidance on Consent?

Are you looking for ways to teach students about consent that meets the new guidance?

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Jan 21, 2020

What Does the Guidance Say About Religion?

In preparation for World Religion Day on the 19th January 2020, we highlight what the new guidance says about religion.

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Jan 15, 2020

What Does The Guidance Say About Parent's Right to Withdraw?

So can parents withdraw their children from all aspects of Relationships Education (RE), Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education?

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Jan 13, 2020

What Does the Guidance Say About the Law?

Become legal eagles and find out what the new RSE guidance say about the law!

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Dec 19, 2019

What Does the Guidance Say About External Visitors?

So what does the new RSE guidance say about using us!

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Dec 12, 2019

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Brilliant acting and interaction with the children. The play itself covered puberty in an open, realistic and humorous way which forms a terrific basis for future discussion with the teacher and each other. So much depends on the enthusiasm of the actors and I feel that we were very lucky to have such a talented pair, not only to perform, but to lead the discussions afterwards. They were able to relate to the children without any embarrassment. SUPERB!!


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