What can evaluate do for you?


Are you a teacher that has seen an evaluate team presenting in your school?

Maybe you have heard about us and would like some more information?

As a teacher, you will want to know the score if you were to invite evaluate into your school.

The evaluate project exists to enhance and support government guidelines for SRE provision through bringing a fresh and dynamic approach to sex and relationship education.

See our About pages to find out exactly what we do, and how we do it.

Classroom of students 

Our current presentations include:  

Time to Grow - Year 4 (8-9s)
Sensitively explains the emotional and physical changes during puberty, how babies are made and foetal development within the understanding that each child is a unique and precious individual.


All about You - Years 5 (9-10s)
Focuses on the children’s worth as unique and valuable individuals and covers growing up and aspirations, puberty, influences on decisions, peer pressure, friendship and family.


It's your Life - Year 6 (10-11s)
Covers a wide range of choices and encourages students to evaluate what they see and hear on television and in films, as well as building their self-esteem and assertiveness.


Time to Choose - Year  7 (11-12s)
This session is about making good choices. It contains optional sections which the school can select according to what they feel is relevant to the student's needs; (the options include smoking, solvents, alcohol & sex, online safety, sexting & pornography).


Sex:\How Safe? - Year 8 (12-13s)
Looks at media pressure and the message behind popular music, magazines and advertising, as well as considering risk-taking behaviour, teenage pregnancy and contraception.  


Just The One - Year 9 (13-14s) 
Builds on the previous presentations and adds information on pregnancy options, the father’s rights and responsibilities, STIs and contraception. 


seXploited - Year 10 (14-15s)
A brand new session warning about grooming for sexual exploitation.


seXplicit - Year 11 (15-16s)
Another new session warning about the effects of pornography on young people's view of sex and relationships.


Like an evaluate team to visit your school? 

For further information:

  • call CARE on 020 7233 0455