Award Winning Films and Resources for effective relationships & sex education

What Is EasySRE?

Our award winning resources can help you deliver your sessions with confidence
What Is EasySRE? UK Sexual Health Awards Winner

EasySRE features high-quality films created by Catcher Media, which use drama, animation, interviews and demonstrations to explore different aspects of Relationships and Sex Education (RSE / SRE) and well-being for ages 4-18 and parents/carers. The films and additional resources contained on the website are all designed to help educators to deliver sessions with confidence.

The starting point for each of these films was to get a group of children or young people together to discuss SRE-related subjects and for them to be creatively involved in the making of each film. The films are designed with young people for young people. The active involvement of health professionals and teaching staff at all stages of the process ensured information was correct and relevant. Each film is aimed at specific key stages. The films and resources are free of charge to Walsall schools and organisations, with those outside the borough being able to purchase access at low cost.

The resources on the website complement individual films, and include lesson plans, games and sign-posting information (both local to Walsall and national) with a specially commissioned Toolkit by Brook to use in conjunction with the films.

EasySRE won the Pamela Sheridan award at The UK Sexual Health Awards in 2014. The award recognises outstanding people, projects, services, campaigns and media in sexual health education.


Easy to Use

We have made these films and resources to be as easy to use as possible. All the information you need for your chosen resource is on one page 
• Video introduction
• Synopsis
• Topic covered 
• Films
• Downloadable supporting resources
• Top tips from professionals
• Signposting information (Walsall and National)
Free for Walsall organisations

All films are Catcher Media presentations for Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust. Snagged, Game Changer and Help, I'm Hairy, and this website were funded by Walsall Council Public Health

What Our Professionals Say

Read about the impacts our resources have helped our members & users

  • “I have used ‘Help I’m Hairy’ for the last 3 years. I found it very difficult to find an appropriate resource that wasn’t too detailed, and which was aimed at young people (as apposed to young children). This film did exactly that”

    Tina, Teacher Walsall
  • “The room generally goes into absolute silence whilst the film plays. Comments always include how ‘powerful’ it is, how informative, how much it leaves food for thought. There is certainly a buzz in the room afterward.”

    Sallyann Sutton Walsall NHS Healthcare
  • “Age and context appropriate, yet still has added flair and imagination ”

    Project participant, aged 18
  • “Provides lesson plans and resources you can photo copy and clear guidance on how to use the film in a session. All the hard work has been done for you.”

    Elaine Syratt Walsall NHS Healthcare
  • “The use of creative approaches draws in the pupils interest in the topic area and allows them to talk about and explore sensitive topic areas. ”

    Sallyann Sutton Walsall NHS Healthcare
  • “All our members really liked your approach and found the interviews with the children helpful. We love the film thanks!”

    Head Teacher, Cambridge
  • “The message is given in an easily accessible but non-victim blaming manner enabling dialogue and effective learning”

    Esther Higdon Walsall Council
  • “I think I will be a lot more open and honest in future and not feel under pressure”

    Project participant, aged 17
  • “It’s absolutely brilliant, so relevant and up-to-date. We’ve been looking for something to replace our current video and I was interested in your package that includes the lesson plans / resources too. That it is NHS-approved is a massive bonus.”

    Emma, Teacher Hampshire
  • “It really gets lots of messages across to the viewer and at the right pace for the intended audience; its lovely, another great job.”

    Carol Williams, Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Lead
  • “Wow! That was brilliant. The kids smashed it, feel very proud of them all. Great job everyone!”

    Matt Webb, Nurture & Drama, Elmwood School

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