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Big Talk Education

York

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2017 Winners of the Family Planning Association’s Pamela Sheridan Award

BigTalk Education is a social enterprise who work to ensure as many children and young people as possible receive high quality relationship and sex education, to help keep them safe, healthy & happy. They work in schools across the UK with pupils from aged 3 to 18 and their parents, delivering age appropriate RSE in around 160 schools annually. They also work with children centres, PRUs, special schools and on a one to one basis with referrals from social workers, schools and other agencies. Lynnette Smith the founder of BigTalk Education, is chair of the NCB’s Sex Education Forum and BigTalk Education are the 2017 holders of the FPA’s Pamela Sheridan award, (the Oscars of the Sex Ed world!). BigTalk Education also work nationally and internationally with professionals and academics leading the way in the field of relationship and sex education.

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Minimum age: 4 Years

Maximum age: 18 Years

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    Quality awards

    DBS policy

    DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service - formerly criminal records check) policy? Yes

    Inclusion statement

    All childcare and services should make reasonable adjustments to support disabled children and young people or those with additional needs. Below is a statement from this provider about their inclusive practice and levels of experience of supporting different needs

    This provider has not given an inclusion statement. Please contact them for details of what adjustments they can make to support access to their service

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    • Health / Sexual Health

    Last updated

    Last updated: 24/10/2018

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