The Catholic Education Service (CES) is the education agency of the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales (Bishops’ Conference). The Bishops’ Conference is the permanent assembly of all the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales and the CES, as the education agency of the Bishops’ Conference, is charged with promoting and securing education on behalf of the Bishops. Catholic schools make up 10% of the national total of maintained schools. There are more than 2200 Catholic schools, academies and colleges in England and Wales educating over 850,000 pupils. The Catholic Church and the Church of England together provide one-third of all of the schools in the country and account for 98% of all schools with a religious character. www.catholiceducation.org.uk

Ten Ten Resources is a family-run, Catholic organisation, which produces professional theatre and film productions, online educational resources, and community-based projects. The name ‘Ten Ten’ comes from the Scripture passage John 10:10, “I have come that they may have life, life to the full.” Founded in 2007 by siblings Clare and Martin O’Brien, Ten Ten has become a trusted organisation, widely used by hundreds of Catholic primary schools, secondary schools and parishes throughout the UK, delivering Relationship and Sex Education Resources to tens of thousands of children and young people every year through award-winning creative projects. For more information about “Life to the Full”, Ten Ten’s fully-resourced programme in RSHE, visit: www.tentenresources.co.uk