to fix it
Curious is a new digital platform that uses a game based approach to teach relationship + sex education
Why we are fixing Sex Education
Of school children
Of school children have been put under pressure to provide sexual images of themselves
Of women aged 18-21 have been sexually harassed
Rapes recorded by the Police in England and Wales in 2022.
*5 in 6 rapes
are not reported
Sexual Violence is a huge problem in our society that effects millions of people worldwide everyday.
Research suggests that high quality and engaging sex ed is the key to tackling sexual violence.
Individuals who receive comprehensive sex education are more likely to engage in safe and healthy sexual behaviour, and less likely to experience sexual violence.
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How we are going to fix it
Using a game-based approach that engages young people and supports teachers
Our games are designed to be interactive and engaging, providing players with opportunities to practice skills like communication, negotiation, and boundary-setting.
By learning through play, players can develop a deeper understanding of healthy relationship dynamics and consent.
Our games covers the government’s curriculum plus additional topics deemed important by our expert sex educators.