School of Sexuality Education is a charity that provides inclusive relationships and sex education (RSE) programmes to young people across England, Scotland and Wales.
We have worked with over 120,000 students since 2017 and delivered over 500 programmes in the last academic year alone.
We work in schools across the country delivering programmes on consent, relationships, sexual violence prevention, sexual health, porn, and identity.
Our collaborative work with University College London on a "Good practice guide for teaching Relationships and Sex(uality) Education (RSE)" has been published by UNESCO.
We published a book "Sex Ed: An Inclusive Teenage Guide to Sex and Relationships", as a guide for parents, teachers, and young people providing empowering information on sex and relationships in an accessible and non-judgemental way.
Our programmes use an evidence-based approach to provide young people with the critical tools to navigate the world around them - including online spaces - in a healthy and safe way.
We work with universities, youth groups, and provide staff training and consultancy. Our staff training programmes include: best practice in teaching RSE, sexual violence prevention, how to tackling online sexual harassment, LGBTQIA+ awareness, what is trauma-informed practice and faith and RSE at school.
Our approach is evidence-based, and trauma-informed. Our work supports young people and those working with them to ensure everyone has access to inclusive and comprehensive relationships and sex(uality) education (RSE).