INTERACTIVE RSHE LESSONS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

DfE compliant. Designed by teachers for teachers.

Age appropriate lessons help Yasmine and Tom cover the full RSHE curriculum.

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NEW INTERACTIVE HEALTH LESSONS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Animation, sound and touch-screen activities bring the characters Yasmine and Tom to life.

CONTRACEPTIVE DISPLAY KIT

An ideal resource to facilitate thinking and talking about different methods of contraception.

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