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Creative and Participatory Approaches for Great Relationships and Sex Education

This 1.5 hour course will explore a huge variety of session ideas from Great Relationships and Sex Education– 200+ Activities for Educators Working with Young People.

This course is for PSHE teachers, youth workers and school nurses who want to gain a wide range of new tried and tested activity ideas for delivering Great Relationships and Sex education. (at least 60% of the content is suitable for primary teachers too or we can offer a separate primary focused course on request.).

If you want ideas to support teaching about safer spaces, bodies, relationships, sexuality, sexual health, gender and sexual equality and how to conclude the learning effectively then this is the course for you!

If you are new to RSE it is recommended you do the Getting Started with Great RSE course first before doing this course.

Aims & Objectives

  • Activities that help create safe and inclusive spaces for delivering RSE and involve young people in curriculum design.
  • Session ideas that can be adapted to support you to be creative and innovative in your approach and delivery.
  • Fun, challenging, and critical ways to address key contemporary issues and debates in RSE
  • Recommended resources, websites, online training courses and links providing further information about RSE

Join Alice Hoyle author & renowned RSE Specialist for this ground-breaking interactive training.

About Your Trainer

Alice Hoyle ( is an Education Consultant specialising in all aspects of Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) especially Relationships and Sex Education (RSE).

She is the author of Great Relationships and Sex Education 200+ Activities for Educators Working with Young People. She is a qualified teacher (PGCE in Biology from Cambridge University) and holds a the DfE PSHE Certificate, a Post Graduate Certificate in PSHE from Middlesex University, Masters in Sexual Health Education from Staffordshire University.

She works with schools, teachers, parents and young people across the country on various projects around their wellbeing, from mental health to gender equality to pupil voice, to sexual health to Sensory Wellbeing.

Tailored for PSHE teachers, youth workers and school nurses.

This interactive training incorporates group sharing to enhance participants’ understanding and application of the concepts discussed.

Additionally, participants will gain access to a wide range of resources, including educational materials, referral networks, and support services.

Embark on this essential journey to empower the next generation with knowledge and resilience and become a catalyst for positive change in the lives of young people.


On Completion Of This Course, You Will Receive A Certificate & Resources That Can Be Used Towards Your Continued Professional Development (CPD

Please note: Please ensure you have a secondary internet enabled device such as a phone or tablet (or split screen) to access this course so you can interact with presentation slides using mentimeter.

Also have an approx A4 sized piece of silver foil with you and ideally some blu tac, play doh or modelling clay.

Get in touch
Tel: 0208 207 5567