School relationship and sex education programmesBigTalk Education's delivered school sex education programmes
Working across a wide range of educational settings, the specialist relationship and sex education facilitators at BigTalk Education delivered at over 160 schools and institutions in academic year 17/18. This section gives you a guide to our taught, school sex education programmes across a range of settings, if you would like more information please get in touch.
Which of our school sex education programmes do you want to find out about?
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 Faith SchoolsRead about how our Growing Up Safe : Whole School Approach programme works in faith schools up and down the country. Understand how the values of our team complement school and family values and beliefs.
RSE in Special SchoolsWith experience working with pupils with special educational needs and disabilities, find out how our expert relationship and sex education facilitators can help keep your children safe, healthy and happy.
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 school staff on BigTalk Education's Growing Up Safe relationship and sex education programme
"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, a great job. Thank you for spending the day with us."Amma Shaw
"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
"One of the best talks on this subject area I have experienced in my teaching career. The instructors were very relaxed and this created a relaxed and open environment."Mrs C Keel
"High quality delivery which is completely age appropriate, also includes e-safety, transgender, gay, lesbian – essential knowledge."Laura Brough
Feedback from parents on BigTalk Education's Growing Up Safe relationship and sex education programme
"Great idea, this should've been implemented years ago! Nice, relaxed delivery, very good!"
September 2018Andrew Goodland
"Great talk, beforehand I was unsure how much they should know at such young age, and was worried they were expected to know more. I’m very reassured now that the delivery of this information will be informed and appropriate and I am now prepared for any questions that will arise from the classroom talk."
April 2018Lisa Timms
"I think this is fantastic. The age appropriateness makes it not OTT but gives them the right information which is so important."
September 2018Hannah Crosbie
"With our two boys I have been concerned about talking to them as we are a same sex couple, but now I feel supported by the school and have a great book resource. Thank you."
September 2018J. E. Leitning
BigTalk Education Case Studies
Visiting Yarborough Academy for the first time, our team received a warm welcome with 20 parents and carers attending our parents meeting along with all teaching staff. Parent confidence in talking to their children about keeping safe rising by 24% and staff...read more
Heatherwood is a coeducational special school for pupils who have severe learning difficulties and additional profound and complex physical / medical needs. With multiple visits to the school our team paced the sessions to the pupils abilities, working closely with...read more
The motto at Manor Lodge Primary is 'learning for life' and we think that our Growing Up Safe sessions are some of the most important lessons the children we work with will learn in life. Parent feedback "Thank you for explaining what will happen with the children,...read more
There is nothing more our team love, than coming away from a parent's session knowing we are leaving every single parent or carer 100% confident about talking to their children about keeping safe, their bodies and reproduction. Parents' feedback "I found that the...read more
Parents and staff at Holme Valley Primary School in Scunthorpe now have high levels of confidence in talking to the children about relationships, their bodies and reproduction. Parents' feedback " I have been in BigTalk Education sessions at the school I work at, was...read more
Feedback from the teaching staff at St Joseph and St Teresa's was incredibly positive, with the staff reporting 100% confidence following our visit. It is brilliant to see such an important subject being embraced so wholeheartedly by a school community. Staff feedback...read more
One of the aims of Morton Trentside Primary School is "to develop every individual so they have the skills, attributes and understanding required to make positive decisions about their lives." By equipping their pupils with the knowledge from our Growing Up Safe...read more
Scunthorpe C of E is one of our most diverse schools, situated in the town centre and home to over 20 nationalities. The teaching and support staff are incredibly supportive, having worked with the BigTalk Education team for over 4 years through the Growing Up Safe :...read more
The parents' at Howden Junior's are always incredibly engaged and this year was no exception, with over 20 attending this years' parents session. Staff's self assessment in confidence took a huge leap this year with confidence more than doubling. Parents' feedback...read more