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The View from the Classroom – Abortion

The View from the Classroom – Abortion – What is an abortion? What does the law say about abortion? What are your opinions about it? Students from Key Stages 4 and 5 in schools all around the country give us the view from the classroom.

Advice about pregnancy and abortion can be found at the following sites:

Childline

Brook

Marie Stopes

NUPAS (National Unplanned Pregnancy Advisory Service)

Now I Can Breathe

Now I Can Breathe – It’s not your fault. You didn’t ask for it. You are not weak. You are strong.

Amina tells the story of how she was sexually harassed over several years by other pupils, and describes the work she is doing now to help teachers put a stop to sexual harassment in their schools.

A film by Adam Tyler

Created in collaboration with the Advocacy Academy

Winner of the Children’s Broadcasting category at the Sandford St Martin Awards 2020.

Winner of the Educational Film Award at the Learning On Screen Awards 2020.

Nominated for the Content for Change Award at the Children’s BAFTAs 2019.

Advice for young people about sexual harassment can be found at the following sites:

Childline

Safeline

Brook

…and teachers can find the government’s guidance about sexual harassment in schools here.

Life Growing Up – Part 3: Taking Meds

Life Growing Up – Part 3: Taking Meds – “You can change your meds and find the ones that work best for you.”

This film, and three more like it, have been created using the true stories of young people with HIV, and performed by actors. What’s it like to find out you have HIV when you are a child? Part 3 – Taking Meds looks at the medical treatment needed, and the side effects that some of the medication can cause. The films aim to raise awareness and understanding of the experiences and needs of young people living with HIV.

Courtesy of the Children’s HIV Association – and follow the link for more help and information.

Life Growing Up – Part 2: Living in Silence

Life Growing Up – Part 2: Living in Silence – “At school it’s taught as an STD, but that’s not how I got HIV.”

This film, and three more like it, have been created using the true stories of young people with HIV, and performed by actors. What’s it like to find out you have HIV when you are a child? Part 2 – Living in Silence looks at some of the myths about HIV, why people are still made to feel ashamed if they have it, and why they shouldn’t be. The films aim to raise awareness and understanding of the experiences and needs of young people living with HIV.

Courtesy of the Children’s HIV Association – and follow the link for more help and information.

Screwball!

Screwball! – A comedy drama for SRE (or RSE) lessons about Ryan and Natalie – two young people struggling through their first sexual encounter, and having to deal with each other’s expectations, a shiny trumpet and way too many cats. It’s ideal for opening up discussion about consent, peer pressure and the internet’s influence on relationships.

A film by Adam Tyler.

CREDITS

Adam Tyler (who wrote and directed the film) won the Writer category of the BAFTA Children’s Awards 2017.

Alhaji Fofana (Ryan) won the Performer category at the BAFTA Children’s Awards 2017

Savannah Baker (Natalie) was also nominated in the Performer category.

Winner of the Educational Film Award at the Learning on Screen Awards 2018

Winner of the Children’s Award at the Sandford St Martin Trust Awards 2018

#ShoutingBack

#ShoutingBack – Laura Bates began the Everyday Sexism Project to highlight how often sexist behaviour and even sexual assaults go unchallenged and unreported. In this film women tell their distressing stories of everyday sexism, and invite us all to help make it stop by shouting back.

The Modern Addiction

The Modern Addiction

What are the signs of “porn addiction”? How does the internet impact this modern addiction? Sex addiction therapist, Paula Hall, discusses the causes of porn addiction and ways to tackle it.

Being Victor Ep14

Rachel organizes a surprise birthday party for Vinnie which even Lesley leaves her room to attend. Things seem to be looking up until Danny crashes the party.

Being Victor Ep13

Vinnie and Rachel wake up feeling awkward after their anticlimactic night together. Doyle finds himself going to the GUM clinic after a risky one night stand.

The Secret Lives Of STIs

The Secret Lives Of STIs

A Sexual Health expert lists the top five STIs in the UK at the moment, and exposes how dangerously secretive they can be.