Relationships and Sex Education

Harnessing peer influences with the excitement of drama and performance 

This exciting new course examines the two most powerful teaching tools in RSE - drama and peer influences - and shows how they can be combined in your classroom.

Whatever your level of experience, this course enables teachers and health professionals to develop the practical skills and insights that will bring fun and relevance to RSE sessions.  Whether you are creating a session from scratch, adapting a published session or using one of our own Apause exercises as a starting point, this course will help you discover ways of unlocking the dramatic potential of the theme and create the kinds of interactions that help young people to make sense of their relationships and feel more empowered to manage them effectively.

Course Information

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Full-day (10.00 am to 4.30 pm) £130      

Summer term Date:


London - 29th June LIFT Centre


At: The Lift, 45 White Lion St, London N1 9PW (3 mins walk from Angel Tube)


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 About your trainer - David Evans    
I have been researching and training RSE for more than 20 years.  My doctoral thesis at Goldsmiths will be completed in 2019.  This is a theoretical framework showing how the drama and performative elements of Apause have made a unique contribution to its behavioural effectiveness. I am project manager of RAP, a programme of relationships education for vulnerable and hard to reach young people, and CEO of the Health Behaviour Group.



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