Growing up with Yasmine and Tom
An intuitive and lively interactive online teaching resource loved by Educators nationwide.
Growing up with Yasmine and Tom eyed dh dh is an online resource to help you easily deliver high-quality relationships and sex education as part of a PSHE programme. Growing up with Yasmine and Tom, has 31 lesson plans, divided into 3 modules, suitable for Key Stages 1 and 2 (ages 5-11).
DID YOU KNOW? From September 2020, relationships education will be statutory in all primary schools in England? Our interactive teaching resource is fully updated to comply with this requirement. For peace of mind has also been awarded the PSHE Accreditation Quality Mark.
YASMINE AND TOM IS WRITTEN BY TEACHERS, FOR TEACHERS
Growing up with Yasmine and Tom includes a series of flexible, age-appropriate lesson plans and fun, interactive whiteboard activities for children aged 5–11.
Animation, sound and touch-screen activities bring the characters Yasmine and Tom to life, as they cover topics including the body, relationships, families, friendship, online and offline safety, and puberty.
- Fully up-to-date and ready for you to teach statutory relationships education
- Meets Department for Education guidance on relationships education
- Covers Key Stages 1 and 2
- In line with the National Curriculum
The resource is accessed online and available on a yearly subscription basis. Initial subscription to Growing up with Yasmine and Tom start from just £199 with renewals from just £179.
A single subscription can be used by every teacher in the same school, making it a cost-effective resource that’s always up-to-date and never wears out, gets lost or needs replacing.
FULLY UPDATED FOR 2020
Download our updates guide for detailed information on how the lesson plans have changed.
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“We chose Yasmine and Tom because it covered all the areas we thought should be included in a comprehensive RSE scheme of work. We had our Equality and Diversity Champions programme running at this time and it supported our work on Gender Stereotypes and Different families as well as our Safeguarding agenda. It was so user friendly and visual. The fact that Yasmine and Tom are the same age as the age group they are addressing made it even more relevant to the children, especially as they were from a more ‘modern’ family with the makeup of families that many of our children would identify with.”
GROWING UP WITH YASMINE AND TOM