Rise Above has been developed by PHE to address health challenges in a way that resonates with young people and influences them to avoid or delay taking up risky behaviours. The programme has a digital hub offering young people a safe and inspiring space where they can learn and rehearse how to deal with the issues that … Continue reading Teaching Kids How To Make Smarter Choices
The world’s first museum dedicated to vaginas, vulvas and the gynaecological anatomy, the Vagina Museum, (the first and only registered charity in the UK with vagina in its title) is set to open in Camden Market in November 2019. But to make this great opportunity a reality, they need your help to do it! To open … Continue reading Museum Dedicated to Vaginas, Vulvas and Gynaecological Anatomy – Needs Your Help!
With sex education becoming mandatory for all secondary school children in England from September 2020, Channel 4 has sent a cast of parents and their children including Danny Dyer and his 11-year-old daughter Sunnie and Ulrika Jonsson and 14-year-old Martha back to the classroom in Let’s Talk About Sex.
TOUGH COOKIES EDUCATION explores the real impact social media has on teen girls and we catch up with Izzy Whitely, the founder of ‘That’s what she said’ a social media movement which supports young girls to challenge societies norms. ONE of Izzy Whitley’s favourite sayings is a quote from Frederick Douglass, he said ‘It is … Continue reading Is Social Media Good For You?
In England, schools are not currently required to provide any lessons about body image, and a group of young people would like to change that. The Youth Select Committee, which is made up of eleven teens are campaigning for a curriculum that includes lessons on body image after almost 1 million young people voted this … Continue reading So Many Years Of Education Yet Nobody Taught Us How To Love Ourselves – Teens Talk, Body Image