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School RSE grants 2023-2024 (up to $1,200)



The Sexual Health and Blood-borne Virus Program, WA Department of Health, is offering small grants of up to $1200 to Western Australian schools to support their Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) programs.

The aim of these grants is to assist schools to improve their comprehensive RSE programs through a whole school approach. 


Grants will be assessed on a first come first served basis in conjunction with eligibility requirements and awarded until budget is exhausted.

Successful grant recipient schools must provide an invoice with an ABN for payment of the grant.

Upon completion of the project the evaluation form must be completed providing a brief summary of the project implementation, evaluation of its results and the acquittal of funds.

The project evaluation must be returned via email by the end of Term 4, 2023. This may be used in Department of Health publications, on the GDHR website or on The RSE Facebook page. 


Metropolitan, regional and remote Western Australia. 


Schools can apply for grants for short community projects. If you have an innovative idea for a project please apply.

See the fantastic things previous schools have implemented with the WA Doh school RSE grants.

Some ideas that you may wish to consider for your school's project:

  • Two days of relief teaching to enable school staff to undertake professional development in RSE and/or work in school to improve on existing RSE programs.

NB: grants cannot be used to pay for outside professionals to conduct RSE training, internal salaries or wages, but can be used to pay for relief so that staff can be released to attend training.

  • Parent workshops facilitated by teachers and / or students.

  • Competitions to create adverts (radio / TV / social media) promoting positive RSE behaviours (e.g. how to seek help, how to manage changes, bodily autonomy).

  • Creation of a specific 'health' room that can be used to display RSE health messages and posters.

  • Creations of a collaborative art piece with an RSE theme.

  • Development of a puberty kit for puberty lessons (with examples of products that relate to puberty e.g. pads, tampons, period knickers, bra, shaver, deodorant, etc). See GDHR Puberty Kits lesson.

  • Creation of 'goodie bags' of assorted craft materials for the GDHR Year 5 and Year 6 Reproductive systems lessons.

  • Purchase of books / resources to support the GDHR lessons (See Resources section for ideas).

  • Development of a whole school RSE Policy in consultation with parents.

  • Development and implementation of a student led initiative to improve RSE knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours of peers.

You can also apply for funds for an idea of your own! If you would like to discuss your idea prior to the closing of applications please contact


Application information and eligibility 2022-2023
Application form 2022-2023 (PDF)
Application form 2022-2023 (Word)
List of suggested resources for purchase
Invoice template 2022-2023

How to Register

Please read the eligibility criteria (See: Application information and eligibility 2022-2023) and complete the Grant Application Form. 

Email applications to

Confirmation your application has been received will be emailed to you within three (3) business days. If you have any questions or have not received confirmation your application has been received, please contact the GDHR team.

Contact Details


T: (08) 9222 2355