The Whole School Approach to RSHE

Life Lessons supports a whole school approach to teaching PSHE/RSHE. Fresh and current, we connect to the lives of your students using videos across our spiral curriculum and lessons, form time activities and teacher CPD.


“Michelin stars from me”

Life Lessons has made the lives of our PSHE teachers so much easier. Staff feel more in control of the lesson and of the conversations, and no longer feel like they have to divulge personal experiences in order to get pupils to engage with the class.

Kalpana Jegendirabose, Assistant Head Teacher, Haringey Learning Partnership


“Working with Life Lessons changed the entire way we teach PSHE!”

Students are now engaged and actively participating in discussions. The content is targeted specifically toward each age group and it makes such a difference to receive information from peers on screen, people that look like them, that sound like them and who are living the same life right now.

My only complaint is that I didn’t find them sooner!

Shirley Mitchell, Former Assistant Principal (Boarding and PSHE) DLD College London


Be real, be inclusive, feel confident

We film young people from all over the UK, from different backgrounds, with different experiences and views. These short videos model the conversation to your students in the classroom making it easier for them to talk about topics such as healthy relationships, consent, puberty and sexual health – everything in the curriculum.

Partner schools access over 500 videos of young people and subject matter experts, including experts on FGM, gangs, consent lawyer, masculinity coach, sexual health professional, nutritionalist and many more. 

Our approach uniquely empowers your teachers to be confident facilitators.


Countering negative online attitudes

Make sure young people get a balanced view and read between the lines.

Our unique peer-led materials and set-up training support teachers to create a safe space in school for young people to discuss, reflect and critically evaluate online influences including from TikTok and Youtube.

New Blog
“10 Steps to Tackle Misogyny and Sexual Harassment in light of Influencers such as Andrew Tate”


I’m interested in being filmed, how can I get involved? expand

We put out a casting call every year and promote the filming opportunity on social media and in schools. If you’d like to get a notification drop us an email at

Do you have materials for teaching RSHE to SEN pupils? expand

Our video based format works well for many SEN pupils and Life Lessons is used in Special Needs Schools. All videos have subtitles. Also our ‘Experts’ video library is particularly useful as they show fact based videos on topics such as FGM and first aid.

How are your lessons created? expand

Our lessons are created by secondary teachers across the UK, each lesson then undergoes a multi-stage peer review process before being published. We continue to maintain and update lessons based upon evolving best practice, policy updates, lesson observations and feedback from our partner school.

Is there flexibility with pricing for very small schools, we are a PRU? expand

We partner with many APs and can consider pricing based upon smaller pupil size, set up a call and we’ll try to support your budget.

Do you deliver workshops in schools? expand

We deliver teacher CPD for RSHE remotely and in person. We can deliver pupil facing workshops, and if we can’t we can direct you to other great people that can! Get in touch to let us know what you need.