About Shannon

Shannon Reddin

Hampshire and Beyond

Enrich RSE is proud to deliver education that reflects good practice guidance such as The Sex Education Forums; ‘Principles of good RSE.’ RSE should provide an opportunity for exploration, expression, reflection and the important opportunity to dispel the (all too common) myths that can make the distinct differences between healthy and unrealistic expectations within relationships of all kinds. Our aim is to give Young People the chance to build their levels of resilience, know their self-worth and understand the importance of knowing and looking after their whole self (that’s right, their whole self…not just the parts that we feel comfortable to talk about!)

More about me

The ability to make fully informed decisions often leads to empowerment, improved levels of safety and overall, positive holistic health. All Young People deserve this and I’m passionate about giving Young People the space and opportunity to explore their options; free of judgment or bias.

I have delivered Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) over the past 13 years in both clinical and educational establishments across Hampshire and beyond. I have recently completed my RSE Accreditation to consolidate all of my learning and experience over the past decade. My professional background within Public Health, Sexual Health Advising, Domestic Abuse and Teenage Pregnancy have all certainly shown me where and how we need to support our Young People. Delivering tailor-made RSE packages and workshops is where the magic begins! It’s a huge privilege to work and support Young People in this invaluable subject area. We all need to listen, respond and guide with an active listening ear and with integrity.

This HAS to be the start in delivering high-quality, relevant and effective Sexual Health Education that allows individuals to make appropriate and relative decisions in relation to their everyday lives.