School Talks

I can talk to primary or secondary girls (and boys together) as a year group or smaller groups depending on what is required as an addition to any content taught in biology classes.

Cycle awareness can support girls' mental health, well-being, body image, self-esteem, resilience, and supporting attendance during periods in line with Ofstead criteria.


See below for photos of myself and a colleague at The Abbey delivering to 11/12 year olds.

Resources for Girls


Making Pink Lemonade by Sarah O'Mahoney

Reaching for the Moon by Lucy H. Pearce

Cycling to Grandma's House by Jac Torres-Gomez

(For mums): A Blessing Not a Curse by Jane Bennett



Teaching at The Abbey, Reading

"Thank you so much for coming in this morning! Props and visuals were helpful and you fielded questions well!! Anatomy cushions were awesome" Mrs Johns, Yr 6 teachers, Westwood Farm school, Tilehurst

On the left, I have a stall at Micklands Summer Fete representing the Red Tent and the work that I do with girls (July 2019) and on the right, I'm talking to parents at St Mary's Primary School, Henley-upon-Thames on 'How DO you communicate with children about their bodies?'.