An intuitive and lively interactive online teaching resource

Growing up with Yasmine and Tom is an online resource to help you easily deliver high-quality relationships and sex education as part of a PSHE programme.

From September 2020, relationships education will be statutory in all primary schools in England. 

Yasmine and Tom has been fully updated and is 2020 ready!

Growing Up with Yasmine and Tom includes a series of flexible, age-appropriate lesson plans and fun, interactive whiteboard activities for children aged 5–11.

Animation, sound and touch-screen activities bring the characters Yasmine and Tom to life, as they cover topics including the body, relationships, families, friendship, online and offline safety, and puberty.

  • Fully up-to-date and ready for you to teach statutory relationships education
  • Meets Department for Education guidance on relationships education
  • Written by teachers for teachers
  • Covers Key Stages 1 and 2
  • In line with the National Curriculum

The resource is accessed online and available on a yearly subscription basis.

A single subscription can be used by every teacher in school, making it a cost-effective resource that’s always up-to-date and never wears out, gets lost or needs replacing.

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How does Yasmine and Tom work?

Growing up with Yasmine and Tom is an online resource supplied to your school through an annual subscription. All the teachers at your school, or nurses in your school nursing team, can use a single subscription, making it an extremely cost effective resource.

There are no subscription restrictions, meaning it can be used by multiple staff at the same time.

There's an initial subscription fee of £299 for the first year to set up an account and access the resource and all supporting materials online. At the end of the year there's a renewal fee of £249 to keep using the resource for another year.

Why Yasmine and Tom?

To be most effective, relationships and sex education (RSE) needs to start early so that children learn to talk about feelings and relationships, and are prepared for puberty before it happens to them.

Studies consistently show that the majority of parents want their children to receive appropriate relationships and sex education at school.

What teachers think

"A good experience. As a school we have adapted our RSE policy and practice"

“We chose Yasmine and Tom because it covered all the areas we thought should be included in a comprehensive RSE scheme of work. We had our Equality and Diversity Champions programme running at this time and it supported our work on Gender Stereotypes and Different families as well as our Safeguarding agenda. We also loved the way that it was so user friendly and visual. The fact that Yasmine and Tom are the same age as the age group they are addressing made it even more relevant to the children, especially as they were from a more ‘modern’ family with the makeup of families that many of our children would identify with.”

"This has transformed and updated our RSE programme – thank you for introducing us to a brilliant resource"

From 2020, relationships education will be statutory in all primary schools in England.

Yasmine and Tom are ready – are you?

To start using this unique online resource, get your subscription to Growing up with Yasmine and Tom here >>