Alice Hoyle has an MSc in Sexual Health Education and specialises in supporting educators, parents and children and young people with Relationships, Health and Sex Education (RSHE). Originally a qualified teacher, she now also works as a youth worker for a day a week ensuring her practice is current.
Alice collaborates on DO… RSE for schools (a relationships and sex education resource and collaboration supported by Durex and the Sex and History Project at Exeter University. Alice was made a life member of the PSHE Association in 2014 and prior to becoming a Trustee of the Sex Education Forum has sat on the organisation’s Advisory Board for the last 10 years.
Alice's second book- a book for RSE educators filled with session activities and ideas was published in December 2019. Alice is particularly interested in RSE in the early years, supporting parents with RSE as well as creative and ethical approaches to RSE that have equality at its heart.
Alice became a Trustee of the Sex Education Forum in April 2021.