EYFS/Key Stages 1 & 2 Relationships and Sex Education Resources
Clued Up for Growing Up is a teaching resource pack linked to the books Boys and Girls, Your Mummy Ate My Football, Bits and Bobs and Sweat and Spots and Boys and Girls and and Men and Women.
The Betty for Schools programme has been developed to create a youth-led, open and honest conversation about periods and the way they affect girls. These PSHE Association accredited digital lessons aim to prepare young people for the onset of menstruation and help girls to manage their bodies and emotions once their periods have started. The lessons and resources are aimed at children aged 10-11 and 11-12. (If the hyperlink doesn’t work, please type/copy and paste https://bettyforschools.co.uk/ into your browser.)
Christopher Winter Project Relationships and Sex Education (link opens in a new tab or page) (primary and secondary)
Real Love Rocks (link opens in a new tab or page) – Barnados (primary and secondary)
Kids Health Website (link opens in a new tab or page) – animation for explaining menstruation.
The National Autistic Society (link opens in a new tab or page) website collects together a range of resources which can support professionals (and parents) talking to children and young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorders about relationships and sex education.