KS4 PSHE, Relationships and Sex Education, and Health Education
Free teacher classroom resources suitable for use in PSHE, Relationships and Sex Education, and Health Education lessons with secondary school students at Key Stage 4 and GCSE in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and modern studies at National 4 and 5 in Scotland.
The Colour of my Skin - Real stories of racism in the UK
This powerful collection of short animated films uses real testimony from young people of colour to explore personal experiences of racism, bullying and isolation. These are real stories of racism in the UK.
My Troubled Mind - Stories about teenage mental health
A powerful series of animations using personal testimony to explore mental health issues experienced by teenagers.
Mimi on a Mission: Sex Ed
Documentary series following YouTuber Mimi Missfit as she takes seven teenagers to Holland to find out how they teach relationships and sex education.
Football, Prince William and Our Mental Health
A series of short films based on HRH The Duke of Cambridge's mental health campaign, with focus on men's mental health.
L8R Youngers 3
Drama series for secondary schools exploring sexuality and the pressure to have sex, alcohol abuse, poverty, as well as the impact of social media.
Is this coercive control?
A specially adapted BBC Three drama exploring an accusation of coercive control in a relationship.
Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation
A series of short films examining the murder of Stephen Lawrence. Exploring identity, diversity, institutional racism and justice.
Steph McGovern breaks down key areas of study for the topic of financial literacy. These short films will provide a good understanding of credit and debt, pensions and how interest and taxation works.
A series of observational documentaries looking at the physiological and psychological changes that happen to young people as they strive to alter their appearance.
Drink & Drugs: My Story
The science of how alcohol and other drugs affect the body is explored through eight real-life stories.
Children at Work
Two hundred million children around the world go to work every day. Children at Work explores the lives of these children and their experiences.
Young Legal Eagles
Young people from UK state schools take on the roles of barrister, defendant, witness, jury, court reporter and court artist.
The Glasgow Girls' Stories
A series of short films reflecting on the removal of a Glasgow schoolgirl in a dawn raid carried out by UK immigration authorities.
Beaten By My Boyfriend
Stacey Dooley goes behind closed doors and speaks to the now younger face of domestic violence.
Staring Robert Florence and Iain Connell, this entertaining comedy sketch show for secondary schools demonstrates just how much fun philosophical thinking can be.
The BBC’s Crossing Divides project looks at the similarities and differences between people from a range of backgrounds.
Could mindfulness really work for me?
Mindfulness seems to be everywhere. This is a guide about its benefits and how you can apply it in everyday life.
Would I help a stranger in distress?
The murder of Kitty Genovese in 1964 New York sparked research into what may influence our actions when we see a stranger in need of help.