I’ve been a highly respected relationships and sex educator for 20 years and I’m available to deliver some of your RSE teaching this year. 

“Justin is a very sensitive educator who always ensures that his sessions are relevant to the pupils’ needs”

I’ve delivered hundreds of RSE teaching sessions in a diverse range of settings over the last 20 years as a relationships and sex educator. I’ve got lots of experience teaching in the state and independent sector as well as being very at home in a youth club setting (my background is in youth work).

RSE teaching from Justin Hancock

I’m a specialist in working with young people over 14, particularly those who are (or thinking about) having sex. In particular I have a lot of experience working with sixth forms, answering their anonymous questions about relationships, sex, gender and sexuality.

To see the kinds of advice I offer to young people in person you can visit my website BISH, which is one of the leading sex and relationships advice websites for young people. The Your Questions section will give you some idea of the kind of expertise I can offer.

“Some very well received and thought provoking talks to the Upper School on gender and relationships.”

I’ve also delivered lessons on condoms, safer sex, sexual readiness, porn, sexting, consent, healthy and unhealthy relationships, how we feel about ourselves, genders and sexualities, and sexual bullying.

Young people really value the sessions. Here’s some typical feedback.

“You created an atmosphere where people felt they could ask anything – thank you” student

As you would expect I have an enhanced up to date DBS certificate available for you to check.

Lectures vs Workshops

I’ve always been extremely reticent to give lectures. When it comes to RSE, auditorium style lectures, with no room for interaction, are not very effective. Students need to be able to learn skills, to talk to each other, critique culture, work on their values, and experience talking about sex and relationships in a safe environment.

Additionally, in solidarity with the Everyone’s Invited campaign, I’m only going to rarely offer a lecture style, session under limited circumstances. If you’ve been delivering a lot of teacher led RSE in workshops and need someone to answer specific questions, I can do that as a lecture. However, if you just want me to cover, for example, consent, or gender in a lecture, it’s probably a no. Do get in touch about this if you have any questions.


In person teaching

I charge by the half day or full day.

  • £285/£500 local authority schools
  • £300/£550 academy schools
  • £350/£600 fee paying schools

This is all inclusive in the London area – there may be additional costs for travel or accommodation elsewhere in the country (I’m happy to travel though, so do get in touch).

Virtual teaching

You can now book me for virtual RSE Q&A sessions. Running workshops or interactive lectures really doesn’t seem to work very well remotely, but I can offer ‘Ask Bish’ sessions where I answer your students’ questions. Because I don’t have to get to and from your school, I can charge by the hour.

  • £80 per hour for local authority schools
  • £90 academy schools
  • £100 fee paying schools

I can offer discounts if you book me for more than one session. If this strains your budget too much, do get in touch anyway. If you are in the youth work sector I can offer a further discount.

If you wish to make a booking or have any questions about the content or fee please get in touch via the contact form.

© Justin Hancock, 2022

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.