Championing healthy relationships

and sexual wellbeing

Opportunities and challenges of online Relationships and Sex Education with Hannah Witton and Justin Hancock

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Online webinar about the opportunities and challenges of online relationships and sex education. This webinar will be in two parts, first a roundtable discussion with the main speakers followed by a time for attendees to ask questions.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we know many educators are considering fresh ways to try and support young people at this time. Digital technologies open up many ways to help young people learn. This webinar gives you the chance to hear from experts in the field of online relationships and sex education. 

Hannah Witton has been creating and sharing relationships and sex education videos on Youtube for nearly a decade. Hundreds of thousands of people watch her videos about everything from long-distance dating to sexual pleasure and methods of contraception. She also is the author of two great books (Doing It and The Hormone Diaries) and hosts a regular podcast, also called Doing It.

Justin Hancock is the creator, writer and editor of the website BISH the leading UK independent online "guide to sex, love and you for everyone over 14". He has been a sex and relationships educator since 1999. Justin creates RSE resources and he offers both training and one to one coaching for relationships and sex educators. He co-hosts The Meg-John & Justin Podcast and co-authored the book A Practical Guide to Sex

This event will be in two parts. The first half will be a round table discussion between Hannah, Justin and Gareth (Esteem Network Director for acet UK). We will be discussing the opportunities and challenges of providing forms of relationships and sex education online. How do we combine our methods and content in the most effective way for young people today? 

With no clear date to when the classic school rhythms will return, now is an essential time for educators to think about how they might be able to meet the relationships and sex education needs of young people during COVID-19 and beyond. 

The second half of our time together will be an open time for you to ask questions of the panel. Maybe you have questions about the methods they use? Maybe you have questions about how to refine your message to work in a digital environment? This is your chance to ask two experts who have been providing RSE in digital formats for years. 

We hope you join us for this exciting new chance to learn and grow as educators. 

This event will make use of the Zoom video service. If you wish to attend this event you need to have access to a phone, tablet or computer with the capacity to join a Zoom event. You can learn more about the free video conferencing software zoom and can sign up to, for free, at If you are a first time user of Zoom we suggest you test it before the 30th of April to ensure you know how it works. 

Your invite to join the Zoom session will be emailed out to you at 12:15pm on the day of the event. 

April 30th, 2020 2:00 PM through  4:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
Online webinar attendance £30.00