Services with this logo are funded or provided by Islington
CAMISH: Camden and Islington young people's Sexual Health network
Trained and experienced facilitators from sexual health organisations who can support SRE through:
Contact: Zahrah Al-Bejawi / Steve Gray
Body and SoulSecondary
Talks and in-class sessions for secondary schools on: HIV the basics, stigma, healthy relationships and empathy.
Tel: 020 7923 6880
Sexual assault referral centres for victims to get medical help and advice, counselling and practical and emotional support.
Provide single session workshops on consent, sexual violence and abuse in relationships, focussing on myth-busting about survivors of sexual violence.
Contact: Sian Ruddock
Tel: 020 3299 1599Email Sian Ruddock
Coram Young Parenthood programmeFREESecondary
Young parents visit school and talk candidly to pupils about the impact of having a child while young, including on their social lives, financial situation, housing and relationships. Would complement a school's own sexual health lessons.
Contact: Claire Everest
Tel: 020 7520 0311
Schools Consent projectSecondary
Workshops delivered by lawyers / law students about sexual consent and the law. Facilitators draw young people into debate and elicit their own opinions before addressing the legal framework. Includes material on victim awareness, bystander intervention, appropriate responses to victim disclosure and identifying and expressing consent or non-consent.
FREETHT Positive VoicesSecondary
Terence Higgins Trust provides Positive Voices speakers who can talk to pupils about living with HIV. Talks cover HIV prevention and safer sex messages along with personal experiences of living with HIV.
Contact: Ben Tooke
Tel: 020 7812 1600
Work with young people, using drama-based activities, to prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence and promote healthy relationships based on equality and respect. Provide a bespoke programme based on schools' needs.
FREE funded places available from April 2019.
Contact: Emily Whyte, Education Manager
Tel: 020 7697 4249
Education for ChoiceSecondary
Workshops on unintended pregnancy, pregnancy decision-making and abortion delivered by trained medical students from UCL. Suitable for KS4 or KS5 PSHE, RSE, Ethics or RE, adaptable to 45 min - 90 min sessions.
Contact: Dr Jayne Kavanagh
Specialist Intervention Pilot Project (SIPP)Primary Secondary
See Keeping safe and managing risk page for details.
FORWARDPrimary Secondary Parents
Solace Hear2ChangePrimary Secondary Parents
Diversity Role ModelsPrimary Secondary
See Identity, society and equality page for details.
Betty BusPrimary Secondary