Information and support for schoolsRelationship and sex education information from BigTalk Education
As sex education experts and a Social Enterprise, BigTalk Education are here to help you and your school with all things relationship and sex education. Have a look through our guides and frequently asked questions and browse our case studies.
SRE and RSE : A History
Hear from Lynnette Smith, our founder about the history of sex education, SRE, why sex and relationship education is now known as RSE as well as what to expect from statutory RSE in September 2019.
Sex & Gender Terms Explained
Do you need some help navigating the terminology of gender and sexuality? Our easy guide is there to help you know the right language to use with lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender pupils.
Find out the answers to teacher’s most common questions about relationship and sex education. With information on RSE policy, parents sessions or curriculum and lots in between, we are here to help.
One to Ones
Do you think a one to one relationship and sex education lesson might be appropriate for one or more of your pupils? Find out when we recommend a one to one session and how to refer a pupil to us.
Primary RSEOur Growing Up Safe : Whole School Approach is a Pamela Sheridan award winning relationship and sex education programme delivered in primary, infants, junior and nursery schools across the UK.
Secondary RSEOur Five star SMART programme is a comprehensive relationship and sex education programme for secondary schools. Covering key topics such as relationships, consent, parenthood, STIs, LGBT, CSE and many more.
RSE in PRUsEnsuring children and young people in Pupil Referral Units have high quality relationship and sex education is imperative. Read about our work with the William Henry Smith school in Leeds for information on our programme.
Feedback from teachers and school staff on BigTalk Education's Growing Up Safe programme
"High quality delivery which is completely age appropriate, also includes e-safety, transgender, gay, lesbian – essential knowledge."Laura Brough
"The materials used are at an informative level, without being inappropriate. The language used by the team was at the children's' level so they were able to understand. The children were put at ease, to answer and ask questions. The section on reproduction was very well discussed and paced, to inform the children about sexual relationships, as too were the puberty and period sections. Very good tutors!"Tracy Brown
"This is our second year with the programme and we wanted to roll this out across the whole school. The sessions were thoroughly informative dealing with issues sensitively but openly. The programme covered a lot of ground effectively. Our children are now confident, knowledgeable and will hopeful grow to be respectful adults once again ladies a great job. Thank you for spending the days with us."Amma Shaw