It's RSE Day!

Happy RSE Day!

This began last year in Nottingham and for the first time this is a national day. RSE Day is an annual celebration of excellent Relationships and Sex Education that educates children and young people about healthy relationships and positive sexual health.

It is timely that the final version of the updated Government guidance on Relationships Education, RSE and Health Education has been published and we thought you might want to be one of the first to see it. You can download the final guidance here.

There are no big surprises or changes. The Sex Education Forum (SEF) have gone through the new guidance and highlight that it is 'virtually unchanged from the previous version that we've been familiar with since February. The Department for Education issued the guidance yesterday with a statement encouraging schools to discuss all sorts of different, strong, loving families.’

Loudmouth have a range of free and paid support options to help schools to get ready for September 2020 including planning meetings, training, resources and tips. We will send out more details soon but If you would like to register your interest in these then give us a call on 0121 446 4880 or e mail

You can follow RSE Day news and share your activities on social media using @RSE_day or read more about it here.

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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!!


Compared to other companies we have had covering the same content, the actors were more flexible and accommodating to the children’s individual needs. Through their answers and questions, the children were demonstrating a higher level of understanding, empathy and personal safety.

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