Loudmouth Bulletin June 2024

We made it to the final half term of the school year! There are lots of new developments at Loudmouth. Here you can read about the work that we will be doing over the next 6 weeks and how you could use our programmes before the summer break and plan for next year's RSHE / RHE curriculum.

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KEEP UP TO DATE WITH LATEST NEWS ON LOUDMOUTH - JUNE 2024

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Help your Year 6 pupils make the best start to life in Secondary School

There is still time to book your session of My Mate Fancies You, our puberty education programme. This covers the physical and emotional changes that take place during puberty as well as the transition from primary to secondary school. You can read how using classroom visitors like Loudmouth can help to ease some stress and anxiety on teachers delivering puberty education using this link.


The Bully Busters are Back! Popular Primary Programme Returns

Due to popular demand, our primary bullying programme Bully 4 U is running until the end of the summer term. If you are looking for slots in the next couple of weeks we may even have some Super offers. Ring 0121 446 4880 or visit our Bully 4 U webpage to find out more.


New Development of our Child Exploitation (CE) programmes

We are doing some updates on our Helping Hands and Working for Marcus. We are being asked more and more about county lines and the drug, knife crime and criminal exploitation aspects and so will be working on these ready to go into schools with the new versions in September 24. We are also keeping a close eye on the new RSHE draft guidance to ensure that whatever the final guidance is, our programmes will work within these. If you work with children or young people around child exploitation then we would like to hear from you with this short survey to help us develop our child exploitation programmes. Click here for the survey.


Helping Hands

Last year we delivered our Helping Hands programme to nearly 12,000 children. We are incredibly proud of this programme and how it safely introduces issues to 8 - 11 year olds on staying safe and where to get help and support if you don't feel safe. You can read a short summary of the key evaluation and impacts of this programme here.


Calling It Out

This half term we will deliver our 500th session of Calling It Out, our most recent programme and one that focuses on harmful sexual behaviours. This has been the fastest growing programmme we have run in 30 years. Read here about the impact the programme has had and why the need for this work is greater than ever.


Safe and Sound

Looking to book our programme on abuse in teenage relationships, this summer? Want to know what impact using  the Safe and Sound programme will have? Read a short report on the impact of the programme with key evaluation statistics and quotes here. For any schools that are looking for our virtual sessions then you can also read about a new film version for 24/25.


Planning for 2024/25

We can help you with ideas on how to plan your RSHE for 2024/25. We have a range of programmes and lesson plans that you can use. Whether you are looking for a series of programmes for different years, something for a specific group or even a training session for your RSHE team...then give us a call on 0121 446 4880 and we can discuss the best options for you.


New Draft RSHE Guidance

In case you missed it, the government recently released new draft guidance for RSHE. You can read about out plans and response as well as a link to the still open consultation here.