Free resources and updates on Compulsory Relationships / RSE and Health education

The countdown has started!

There is just one year until statutory Relationships / RSE and Health education become compulsory. 

Whilst we are sure that many of you are already getting ready for this, we also know that many others are worried and need support. A poll of more than 2,000 teachers by the NSPCC children’s charity and National Education Union found that 28% of teachers believe their school is not ready to teach new relationships and sex education lessons and 47% lack confidence in their own ability to deliver the new curriculum.

We celebrated our 25th birthday this year and as a birthday present to all schools are offering free support to any teachers that are concerned about being ready for September 2020.

We provide free updates and advice with links to the best free lesson plans, training videos and resources to help schools to get ahead and on the road to compulsory relationships, RSE and health education.

Loudmouth are members of the Sex Education Forum and the PSHE Association and will also share their planning tools and advice alongside our own updates and resources.

If you have booked a Loudmouth session then you’ll automatically get this support plus some extras but if you aren’t in a position to book us but would like some free support anyway then you can sign up here.

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