Resources

RSE books and teaching resources, some recommended by and many linked to the Department for Education (DfE).

These resources contain material that could put children at risk of harm.

The PSHE Association is the national association for PSHE education professionals. Its programme of study for KS1-5 is recommended by the Department for Education….
Stonewall provides extensive guidance on RSE to schools across the UK. Its lesson plans and materials are recommended by the Department for Education. Stonewall…
Sexwise is a website run and funded by Public Health England and is produced by FPA – the long-established UK sexual health company. It…
The All About Me resources were recently being used in Warwickshire schools from 4 years old, but have now been withdrawn by Warwickshire County Council.  Teaching…
The Sex Education Forum promotes relationships and sex education and has a growing membership of schools, colleges, local authorities and NHS trusts. According to…
No Outsiders is an LGBT-inclusive education programme for primary school children. It is authored by assistant head teacher Andrew Moffat, who has been awarded…
Twinkl provides an online platform of educational resources and is used by most primary schools in the UK. The company is a recipient of…
The following picture books are being used in UK primary schools. For other similar books, see Educate and Celebrate’s Pride Book Collection. This Day…
The CEO of Educate and Celebrate is open about the organisation’s aim to “smash heteronormativity”. Their website states: “In 2015, [Dr Barnes] spearheaded the…
The Genderbread Person resource differentiates between “antatomical sex”, “gender identity”, “gender expression” and “attraction”. This resource was referenced by the Sex Education Forum in…
Mermaids – one of the UK’s leading transgender charities – teaches that gender is not binary (male/female) but is on a spectrum. This contradicts…
The Respect Yourself resource, circulating and being promoted in many schools, was being used by schools in Warwickshire. The county council withdrew it from use in…
CWP Resources’ primary schools resource, Teaching RSE with Confidence in Primary Schools, has been quality assured by the PSHE Association. The CWP is recommended…
Big Talk Education is a mainstream provider of RSE material and training for teachers. Its glossary of sex and gender education terms for teachers…
Brook is a leading provider of sexual health and wellbeing for young people under 25, and provides RSE workshops and training. Brook received £7,719,074…
The Proud Trust’s Sexuality aGender v2 – An Inclusive Sexual Health Toolkit is for ages 13+. In 2017, the government awarded the Proud Trust…
The Trans Inclusion Schools Toolkit, circulating and being promoted in many schools, has been withdrawn by councils in Warwickshire, Oxfordshire, Doncaster, Leicester City and Shropshire,…
Sexplain provides RSE workshops in schools, teacher training and programmes for universities. Their website states: We support schools to provide age-appropriate, up-to-date & inclusive…
Childline, the charity founded by the NSPCC to protect children – including from sexual abuse – offers affirming advice to children aged 12+ about…

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