About Wilhelmena

Wilhelmena Allin

London 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!)

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What is life without good relationships? Whether they are with a partner, family or friends our connections are what make us human. RSE is crucial to our development, it helps us in all walks of life.

My learning never stops as Shannon and I continue to attend regular training courses. Not only that but running our social media account has allowed me to research into topics that are sometimes cast aside. My RSE is intentionally inclusive while remaining credible and rooted in reliable research. I have worked with young people since I was one myself, because of that I am now on Advisory Boards and LGBTQ+ expert panels.

Let’s start to blur the stigma and shame that comes with RSE by taking a step together to inform, educate and explore in a healthy and safe space.

Even more…

Having designed this website and running the instagram page I have managed to learn a lot about the online world of RSE. While developing my own skills in art and technology i’ve also continued to grow my passion for RSE and its surrounding topics.


Wilhelmena had a fantastic manner with staff and students and the session was informative and engaging. Wilhelmena was patient and calm with the students and made the content relevant and up to date which was so refreshing to see. Students have been in touch with me to say they were so pleased to have been educated about the LGBTQ+ community