Our creative workshop '££ KA-CHING! ££' for KS3-4 uses drama to engage young people with finance education in a fun and creative way.
Pornography is a part of many young peoples' lives, so it's important that they are given a space for safe discussion, as well as considering it in the wider context of sex and healthy relationships.
There is ongoing discussion about the impact of pornography on young people, however the data is often inconclusive and contradictory. Pornography is easily accessible on computers and smart phones, and young people may watch pornography for a variety of reasons including curiosity, sexual desire or an attempt to learn more about what sex is and how it works.
A survey by the NSPCC found that 72% of 11-18 year olds want to talk about porn in sex education classes. So we’re here to help.