What we do

Sexpression:UK is a student organisation that empowers young people to make decisions about sex and relationships by running informal and comprehensive sex and relationship sessions in the community.

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  1. Who to contact — contact one of our branches in universities around the UK.
  2. Where we go — we teach in schools and clubs around our branches.
  3. Subjects we teach — we teach about many subjects including sexually transmitted infections, contraception, consent and sexuality.
  • Join a branch — Our branches in universities across the UK train volunteers to run informal and comprehensive sex and relationship sessions.
  • Write to you representatives — ask them to provide the resources sex and relationship education needs.
  • Start a branch — If there's no branch of Sexpression:UK in your university you can start one with other like-minded students.

The 2016 Scottish Conference Conference is our next conference. It will happen on 30th and 31st January in Aberdeen.

Everybody with an interest in sex and relationship education are welcome at our conferences, including people who are not members of Sexpression:UK.


Monitoring and Evaluation Statistics 2014/15

In the 2014/15 academic year, we:

  • Taught 9299 young people
  • Ran 405 workshops
  • At a total time of 24080 minutes
  • Which was 16374400 minutes of volunteer time!
  • 6.5% of our trips were to faith schools


Of young people engaged with:

  • 86.19% enjoyed the lesson
  • 89.93% learned something
  • 87.97% liked the facilitator
  • 81.68% felt better prepared to make decisions

"I think sex ed matters because" by Josh Kroll licensed under CC BY 4.0.
"Sexpression:UK icons" by Devon Buchanan licensed under CC BY 4.0.