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Alice Hoyle
PSHE & RSHE

Alice Hoyle

Alice Hoyle is an elected member of the Sex Education Forum Advisory group and was made a life member of the PSHE Association in 2015. She has an MSc in Sexual Health Education and works freelance as an advisory teacher of Relationships and Sex Education (RSE). As a qualified teacher she now also works as a Youth worker specialising in mental health, sexual health, youth voice and LGBT+.

Alice works for DO… RSE for schools, a relationships and sex education resource and collaboration which provides expert-led support and resources to ensure truly inclusive RSE is being delivered in schools. She also works for the Sex and History Project at Exeter University and for Westminster University as a practitioner/researcher exploring the role of parents in sex education.

Alice is also an author and her second book for RSE teachers filled with lesson activities and ideas was published in December 2019. Alice is particularly passionate about creative and innovative approaches to RSE, supporting parents with RSE and RSE in the early years.

Alice Hoyle's Webinars

20 ideas for 2020: Effectively Implementing the New DfE RSHE Curriculum and Establishing a Safe Space in Secondary Schools

  • 11th August 11th Aug 10:00am
  • 9th September 9th Sep 14:00pm

In this webinar, expert PSHE practitioner and life member of the PSHE Association, Alice Hoyle, discusses a wide range of ideas to help support secondary schools in their implementation of the new curriculum which can be adapted to ensure children feel included, engaged and learn effectively within a safe environment.

20 ideas for 2020: Effectively Implementing the New DfE RSHE Curriculum and Establishing a Safe Space in Primary Schools

  • 11th August 11th Aug 10:00am
  • 9th September 9th Sep 14:00pm

In this webinar, expert PSHE practitioner and life member of the PSHE Association, Alice Hoyle, discusses a wide range of ideas to help support primary schools in their implementation of the new curriculum which can be adapted to ensure children feel included, engaged and learn effectively within a safe environment.