Consider the content of the film and relate to the group as appropriate. You may want to consider splitting the group, for example by gender or smaller sizes, or in terms of their maturity.
You could provide an anonymous question box if young people are too embarrassed to ask questions. This can give you breathing space if you are worried about answering questions as you can take them away to consider how best to answer them.
EasySRE features 8 high-quality films from Walsall which use drama, animation, interviews and demonstrations to explore many aspects of SRE and well-being. This website helps you deliver your SRE sessions with confidence.
The resources are designed with young people for young people. Each film was made with health professionals, teaching staff and young people, and is aimed at specific key stage levels. They have all been successfully road-tested within schools across Walsall and beyond.
The website includes many other resources that complement the films, such as lesson plans, games and sign-posting information. There are also forums and links to useful websites, that can further extend your ability to deliver successful SRE sessions.
We have done some of the hard work for you! Find out more in EasySRE background.
How can I get a film and teacher's pack?
Schools, youth settings, health professionals and associated organisations located in Walsall can use the Members Area, watch the films online or download the films and resources free of charge after . DVD copies will need to be purchased.
Schools, youth settings, health professionals and associated organisations located outside Walsall can use the Members Area free of charge after . You will need to purchase individual DVD copies, film downloads or 'watch online' options. See Get Resources
Talk the Talk - Helping parents and carers talk to their children about relationships and sex.
The film is an entertaining and engaging mix of drama and interviews with parents and teenagers. It's an excellent resource for schools, parenting courses and individuals.
"Keep talking to them and they'll be more likely to come to you with anything that is worrying them. You have to make that time for your kids" - Parent
"Once your child comes to you with a question - they've opened a door, so it's a good idea that you are prepared" - Parent