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Our interactive workshops support schools in navigating the Gender and Relationships components of the PSHE/RSE curriculum in a culturally sensitive, inclusive, and engaging way.

We focus on enhancing students' understanding of healthy relationships, challenging misogynistic attitudes, and exploring gender stereotypes.


Led by a team of expert facilitators, our workshop is 90-100 minutes long, however we can adapt it in length/content to suit your organisation's needs.

Healthy Masculinity


In this workshop participants will:

  • Understand the significance of addressing pressures and expectations faced by boys and young men.

  • Analyse societal stereotypes about emotions, discussing how society perceives certain emotions as “manly” or not.

  • Recognise that resilience involves navigating emotions rather than suppressing them.

  • Define the concept of masculinity, identifying and acknowledging the pressures that boys and young men encounter.

  • Engage in discussions about the impact of societal pressures on self-esteem, well-being, and relationships, while also recognising how these pressures influence the experiences of girls and women.

  • Collaborate in developing new, positive expectations that define what healthy masculinity means to them.

  • Reflect individually on an action they can take to embody or promote healthy masculinity beyond the session and into their real life.

94% of teachers felt that their students benefited from our workshop.

"The students were incredibly engaged and spoke about the workshops the following day."


Kingsmead School, 2024

Introduction to Masculinity


In this assembly participants will:

  • Understand what masculinity is 

  • Identify where we learn masculinity from 

  • Identify what happens when we live up to masculinity

  • Identify what happens when we don’t live up to Masculinity 

  • Understand what unhealthy masculinity is 

  • Understand what healthy masculinity is

82% of students felt empowered to promote healthy masculinity.

82% of students felt empowered to embody healthy masculinity. 

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