We work directly with educators (Teachers, Youth Workers, School Nurses etc.) to help them provide your child with high quality relationships and sex education (RSE). If you think we would benefit your child’s setting – do pass on our details! firstname.lastname@example.org
The RSE Hub respects the incredibly important role that parents and carers play in educating children and young people on relationships and sex education. This type of education is best carried out in partnership with schools and the wider community. The RSE Hub's experience, alongside research, shows that engaging parents and carers in a RSE programme is key and supports in giving children and young people the opportunity to talk openly.
It is also important that parents and carers have access to information that is consistent and is from a trusted source. We would encourage you to find out the latest information on what is included in your child’s relationship and sex education, to extend the consistent messaging at home and giving children and young people the opportunity to talk openly.
Talking openly with your children will help them to:
More information for parents can be found at the links below:
TrueTube’s film Screwball! launched earlier this week and it’s got everyone very excited! It's a comedy drama for RSE lessons about Ryan and Na
9.30am–4.30pm Friday 30 June 2017
University of Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2HW
Tickets: £65 full price; £35 students
It’s time to celebrate!In case you haven't seen, Justine Greening, Secretary of State for Education, has just announced proposed legislation fo
The RSE Hub is pleased to announce we have been busy collaborating on a new SRE project called DO… which is working alongside us to improve sex
A new report by the Chief Medical Officer makes a series of recommendations to improve women’s health in the UK. In her latest report, Professo
The RSE Hub brings a round-up of recent reports which it thought its readers may find useful...
The Department of Health has produced a range
The Association for Young People’s Health has published Key Data on Adolescence 2015, with support from Public Health England.
This tenth anni
The Government recently published their response to the Education Select Committee recommendations on PSHE which includes RSE (16th July 2015).