Talking to your children about growing up, relationships, sex (and everything else that goes with it) doesn’t have to be difficult. With a bit of help it can be easy.
We have a whole host of tips and advice to give you the confidence and knowledge to talk to your children whatever their age.
When children can talk to their parents about sex and relationships, they are more ready for puberty, understand more about relationships, and are less likely to do things just because their friends are.
Good relationships and sex education can also:
Parents often ask “what should I tell them at what age?”
We've put together some guidance about the information children need at different ages. We’ve also got a few of the most common questions children ask, and our suggested answers.
You can find lots more information about this in our book Speakeasy: Talking to Your Children about Growing Up.