Together with experts in menstrual and sexual health, we have developed a frank and engaging, curriculum-related Period Education resource for primary and secondary school teachers in the UK
Each key stage resource includes a set of six sessions including classroom presentations, teaching guidance, activities and lesson plans.
The primary and secondary school Period Education Pack by Mooncup includes:
- Three key stage (KS2, KS3 and KS4) related resources built around a spiral curriculum.
- Classroom presentations and activities are presented in a way that resonates with young people, including a variety of content from TikTok, Instagram, YouTube and podcasts.
- Standalone activities
- Further reading lists relevant to each topic.
The Period Education Pack by Mooncup is only available for educators and educational institutions.
Please fill in the form below to receive your free Period Education Pack
Pupils deserve inclusive and stigma-busting period education
Education about periods became a compulsory part of the school curriculum in 2020. This is a step in the right direction, but it’s only the start.
Feedback from teachers, parents and pupils has been clear: there are many gaps in existing menstrual health education. Together with Terri Harris & Lily Hatcher, who are experts in menstrual and sexual health, we have developed a stigma-busting and engaging curriculum-related resource for teachers to use in classrooms across the UK.
We have made this resource as comprehensive, practical and easy to use as possible. All the lesson plans are designed to flex to support learners’ diverse needs including gender and cultural inclusivity, SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) and neurodiversity.
About Terri & Lily
Terri Harris is a menstrual health specialist and thought leader. She worked across East Africa, the Middle East and the UK, delivering inclusive, pro-choice, menstrual health education. Terri has also been an advocate and campaigner for the menstrual health movement, supporting Plan International, Brook, Bloody Good Period and Irise International with their work to create menstrual equity.
Lily Hatcher is an inclusion specialist. She has many years of experience in supporting children, young people and adults with special educational needs and/or disabilities to access inclusive education and healthcare. Lily has developed and delivered sexual and menstrual health training and resources for professionals supporting young people with special education needs and/or disabilities in Bristol and London local authorities.