How I Can Help With Your RSE

With the upcoming changes to RSE becoming a reality next year, a lot of schools will be looking to overhaul their curriculum, find some new resources, and support their staff.


DO is DONE, sadly. But the resources are available to download at this page.


I offer a DO… training course which I developed for teachers who are new to RSE. Sex and relationships can feel like a very big topic to teach. It’s very personal: it’s about values, emotions, personal experience. Our own experience of sex and relationships education means some people can talk about sex frankly, whilst others might feel inhibited and a bit uncomfortable.

In the classroom you need to be able to call on your experience and teaching skills, but this can be difficult when teaching SRE if we haven’t had the chance to reflect on these topics for ourselves.

This is the equivalent of a one day course which could be delivered over 2 half days or 3 or 4 twilight sessions (location dependent). For more details head here


I can offer one-to-one coaching via video link for individuals who wish to get some more tailored advice for their practice. Whilst it’s not really possible to offer training outside of a group setting, practitioners tell me that they really value a two hour conversation. They leave with ideas, resources, and links to key research and best practice guides.


I’m a specialist relationships and sex educator with young people over 14 and have been since 1999. I have worked with thousands of young people over this time and they rate my lessons highly. They tell me that my sessions are fun, informative and thought provoking. They like my matter of fact manner when talking about sex but they most value that I use interactive activities that promote discussion.

I can offer specialist teaching sessions on any RSE topic. I can also run Q&A sessions about and I can also offer one-to-one drop ins. You can see my approach to answering young people’s questions at which is one of the leading sex and relationships advice websites for young people.


In addition to the above I also have a range of specialist RSE resources covering porn, safer sex, relationships, consent, bodies, alcohol. There’s also the brand new Bish Activity Book which has over 50 pages of fun and thought provoking worksheets for students. These resources are all available for immediate download and are available in a bundle pack called ‘Big Bish Download’ which offers even better value for money.

I also have a blog for practitioners where I promote best practice and evidence based approaches to RSE.

© Justin Hancock, 2023

Justin Hancock has been a trained sex and relationships educator since 1999. In that time he’s taught and given advice about sex and relationships with thousands of young people and adults in person and millions online at his website for young people BISH. He’s a member of the World Association for Sexual Health. Find out more about Justin here and stay up to day by signing up for the newsletter.