From September 2020 relationships and sex education became mandatory in secondary schools in England, while primary schools are now required to teach relationships education. We've created the below resources to help you tackle the subject.
Here at Lil-Lets, we’ve worked on different resources to ensure you’re prepped to teach these subjects and maybe even learn a thing or two! Read on to find out what we've got in store for the future of menstruation education in schools.
In line with the new government guidelines, all young people should learn about menstruation and menstrual wellbeing as part of the curriculum. To help schools, and those working in classrooms, to deliver great relationships education and RSE lessons, we’ve teamed up with Brook to create a free e-learning course covering:
Brook is a leading young people’s sexual health and wellbeing charity, providing support to those that need it most. Through Brook’s work, young people affected by period poverty are provided with education around menstruation and managing their periods. Together, Brook and Lil-Lets are committed to challenging stigma and empowering young people to know their own bodies.
We know that educating all genders about their bodies with high quality, reliable, and accurate information helps them to navigate puberty with confidence and reduces harmful taboos. In addition to this, by educating young people and education professionals, we hope to put a stop to the stigma that is often a contributing factor to period poverty.
The free e-learning course can be accessed through Brook’s e-learning page. Register now to start your e-learning journey and make the most of these free school resources. They’ve also got plenty of other modules covering everything from how to deliver RSE to relationships, STIs, and more, so you’ve got all bases covered!
We also offer our Becoming a Teen booklets free of charge, please Contact Us to request them in quantities of 30, 40, 50 or 60. These are suitable for pupils in years 5, 6 & 7. Alternatively, you can download our becoming a teen booklet for any other advice about menstruation education in schools, get in touch.Download our Teen Booklet
The Department of Education has now launched its fully funded government scheme for free products to be made available to schools and colleges throughout England.
This new scheme is a fantastic way to give pupils easy access to period products, breaking down the barriers & stigmas and ensuring young people’s education isn’t impacted by their period.
To register your school for free product, please contact PHS on either 01827 255500 Option 3, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.