Our Covid-19 Response

Due to the current situation with the Covid-19, we made a lot of changes to make ourselves and others as safe as possible while still being able to provide you with high quality resources and training. Like many businesses, we closed our office and we have been working from home. Orders were on hold to be dispatched until further notice, I am now pleased to say that we will be dispatching orders once a week via The Royal Mail! All of our training and workshops have moved to online delivery, online training will now be a permanent offer from us but we are also taking bookings for face to face training for later in the year. 

Thank you for your continued support during this time and most importantly, stay safe! 

Teenage Students Raising Hands

Our educational resources have been produced in line with the new RSE and RE Guidance in mind and are linked to the PSHE Association Curriculum, however, they can be used in a number of different settings such as Youth Clubs or Residential Care Homes. They have been designed to tackle the common myths, misconceptions and stereotypes around the topics in a safe and engaging way, promoting Peer Education

Each topic has

  • 25* PVC Statement Debate Cards 

  • 4 Lesson Plans

  • Worksheets 

  • Facilitators Guides.


Each lesson is designed to be active, fun and engaging, but also challenging, encouraging questions and healthy open debate. These would be invaluable to any PSHE, RSE or Health Education resource for Teachers, Youth Workers, Social Workers, Foster Carers, Advocates and Counsellors.



*Risk set also comes with 9 Risk Category cards.




What's The Debate? understands the current pressures schools are going through to embed the new guidance within their curriculums.


These topics can be brought individually to support current programmes or all of the topics can be purchased to produce a full toolkit that can be embedded time and time again to educate young people on these subjects. 

What's The Debate? is very proud to be

award-winning, including The Small Business Award by Theo Paphitis (of Dragon's Den)


Domestic Abuse

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