Useful Websites

RSE Teaching
Home Education (advice and support for home schooled students):

Sexplain (an organisation that provide RSE):

LGBTQI+ Support
GIRES (Gender Identity Research & Education Society):

Mermaids (an organisation that supports children, young people, and their families in relation to gender nonconformity):

Pink Therapy (the UK’s largest independent therapy organisation working with gender and sexual diversity clients):

Young Stonewall (supporting LGBTQI+ young people, to campaign for equality and fair treatment):

Sexual Health
British HIV Association:

Brook Advisory Centres (free, confidential sexual health advice):

Family Planning Association:

National Health Sexual Health Helpline (free UK calls): (or call: 0300 123 7123)

Terrence Higgins Trust (the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity):

World Association for Sexual Health (an umbrella organisation representing sexological societies internationally):

General SEND Support
Autism Toolbox (a resource for Scottish schools but applicable for all schools):

Downs Syndrome Association:

National Autistic Society:

Make a wish Foundation (support to help children with life-limiting illness):

Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity (an organisation that provides support for families with a child who has a life threatening or life limiting illness):

Mental Wellbeing
CAMHS (Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health Services):

Mind (the mental health charity):

Young Minds (an organisation to help children and young people’s mental wellbeing):

Advocacy and Rights
Action for Children (protecting and supporting children and young people, providing advocacy along with practical and emotional care and support):


Child Line: (or call: 0800 1111)

Government Equalities Office:

LGBT Ed (A network of LGBT+ teachers and leaders that empowers them to be authentic in schools, colleges and universities, and to support students while being an advocate for increasing LGBT+ visibility in the education system):

MACWO (Mother and Child Welfare Organisation):

National Children’s Bureau (an organisation to bring people and organisations together to drive change in society for a better childhood for the UK):

NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children):

Pathfinder International (an organisation to globally champion sexual and reproductive health and rights):

School’s Out UK

The Children’s Society (providing help and support for children who may feel scared, unloved, or unable to cope):

UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund):

Women’s Aid (an organisation to provide life-saving services for women and children):