RSE should allow young people to explore the complexities of sex and relationships and not simply just tell them what to think. Sex, sexuality, relationships, consent, gender are all complex topics and we shouldn’t over simplify them. However, that doesn’t meant that delivering RSE is hard. Good quality RSE is about focusing on getting the[…]
I was chatting with my sex educator mate Alice Hoyle about showing videos in RSE and here’s a summary of our thoughts on this. As you can see, we’re not huge fans of this approach, but we do have some top tips at the end.
Putting the relationships into RSE is long overdue. Relationships resources should provide the opportunity to critique relationships and how we do them (and how we are told they should be organised).
For Valentine’s Day I thought I’d collect together some of the resources that are available to practitioners and young people around fancying, relationships and love from Bish. Firstly I’ve added an “I fancy you” image to the Smartphone Download section here So they can text, email, facebook or bbm someone that they fancy them. Bish[…]