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Strengthening Relationships
and Sex Education


For Young People

We work directly with educators (Teachers, Youth Workers, School Nurses etc) to help them provide you with high quality relationships and sex education (RSE). If you think we would benefit your setting, please pass on our details!

You will find more information about relationships, sex education and how you can help yourself on the links below. We are not responsible for the content of any external sites.

If you are looking for information for sexual health in your area please visit:


NHS Choices

If you are interested in advocating to improve the quality of RSE you receive please visit:

Sex Education Forum

You can also find out who your Youth Parliament representative is and talk to them about RSE provision in your area by visiting:

UK Youth Parliament

For more information on the Brook Sex Positive Campaign please visit:

Brook Sex Positive

The websites below are recommended by our members for young people to find out further information about relationships and sex:

BISH UK (For over 14’s)

Scarleteen (For over 14’s)

Useful resources if you are lesbian, gay or bisexual or are questioning your sexual orientation: 

Regional Youth Groups

Report Homophobic or Transphobic incidents

Resources if you are transgendered or questioning your gender identity

Trans Youth Group


Resources if you need support dealing with or preventing sexual bullying or sexual violence:

Support if you are being sexually bullied (Brook)

Survivors support (Survivors Trust)


Don't Cross the Line  (Hampshire Police)

We hope you found these links useful. Relationships and Sex Education should help you to develop your knowledge of yourself and others, and help you to be more prepared to take responsibility for, and enjoy sexual and emotional relationships. It should help you to have the understanding and confidence to cope with the many pressures and challenges of society and make the right choices for you. It is important that you learn what is safe and unsafe and how to get help if you need it. Being equipped with these skills will also help with your ability to talk openly with parents or people that you can trust. Good Luck!

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