Rethink Periods

A lot of people spend a lot of time menstruating. But few of us spend much time actually talking about it. Isn’t it time this changed? Unicef estimates that people with periods spend an average of 3,000 days menstruating in their lifetimes, and yet in many cultures it remains a taboo subject. We think it’s time to talk about periods out in the open.

Rethink Periods is a free, nationwidee schools programme updating mainstream period education in primary and secondary schools. It offers unbiased and informative information on all products available and the social and environmental contexts of menstruation.

View the flyer below for the next free training session for teachers, including lesson plans and free resources and free samples of plastic free and reusable menstrual resources.