We are a charity created to deliver relevant, frank and empowering educational films and lesson plans to secondary school aged children on issues such as sexual consent, healthy relationships, mental resilience, family planning and safety online.
We make films and turn them into lesson plans!
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Watch our films for free. Or purchase our lesson plans!
You Before Two is here to encourage all young men and women to respect and protect themselves (the ‘you’), before considering entering into a serious relationship or having a baby (the ‘two’)
We ask young people to consider our places on the planet, not just in our homes. We talk about the meaning of the concept of the ‘planned, wanted child,’ with emphasis on both boys and girls taking responsibility for their sexual health and family planning. We encourage an awareness of women across the world who are denied access to contraception and basic human rights and welcome the thoughts of young minds on how we might change this.
I think the films are perfectly pitched in duration, content & delivery. They will definitely be a useful tool with our young people.
These films are the best I have seen in 23 years of teaching, it is vital we get something of this quality out to all the students we can. So many students come to us with so many misconceptions. After lockdown so many will have missed vital PSHE coverage and will have even more misconceptions.
“I learnt that making mistakes is a part of life, and it’s okay too. You shouldn’t feel embarrassed about it as you can always learn from it.”
“I learnt that adult and teen brains work very differently and that we shouldn’t always jump to conclusions as it isn’t healthy to do.”
“Makes me think. Makes me ask questions. Nice GP. Very professional.”
“I learnt to respect and listen to what people say and if they don’t want to do something, don’t force them to do it.”
Helped me understand how important contraception is
There was clear detail and important information
It had the element of fun, but also educational
It was very informative and taught me about issues that were more common than I thought.
Even though we were talking about uncomfortable and scary subjects, I didn’t feel uncomfortable about it.
It showed me how important it is to be in a healthy relationship and it showed me how important sexual assault is.
It was informative and we got to answer questions
It was interesting stuff we need to know about to stay safe
It was fun and I learnt lots of stuff
It shows how not to act online. Sexting is illegal and to report it.
It was real and included good facts
Because I learnt a lot of things I didnt know