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Brook provides free resources which can be used to supplement relationship and sex education (RSE) lessons.
A set of comprehensive yet flexible definitions for use by those working with the LGBTQ+ community to support and encourage open conversations about sexuality and gender.
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A two-sided handout providing an overview of condoms, where to get them, how to use them and how to discuss using them with your partner - an ideal handout to supplement a sex and relationships lesson on contraception.
This two-sided handout on periods explains what periods are, the common symptoms and the different period products available. An ideal handout to supplement a RSE lesson on puberty and/or periods.
This leaflet provides easily-accessible definitions for commonly encountered words and phrases about sexuality and gender identity. It is ideal to handout during LGBT-inclusive RSE sessions.
A two-sided handout providing an overview of puberty and the body, how your body changes and what to expect during puberty - an ideal handout to supplement a sex and relationships lesson on puberty.
A two-sided handout providing an overview of contraception and the pros and cons of each method - an ideal handout to supplement a sex and relationships lesson on contraception.
A two-sided handout providing an overview sexually transmitted infections (STIs), how to protect yourself from getting one and the signs, symptoms and treatment for the most common STIs - an ideal handout to supplement a sex and relationships lesson on STIs.
Accessible, printable handout with information about abortion and unplanned pregnancy choices in the UK.
High-quality digital learning to empower, support and encourage professionals to deliver effective relationships and sex education (RSE) - based on our 55 years experience of working with under 25s.
A short video on how condoms work to prevent pregnancy and STIs.
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A short video on how the morning after pill and IUD (coil) can work to prevent pregnancy up to 5 days after sex.
Education and Wellbeing Specialist, Lota Bantić, explains why teaching young people about consent and pleasure is an essential component of Relationships and Sex Education, and gives some tips for if you’re approaching these topics for the first time.