Students explore the emotional and social changes associated with puberty using the Laugh and learn - puberty part 1 video as a stimulus.
Students explore the physical, social and emotional changes associated with puberty using the Laugh and learn - puberty part 2 video as a stimulus.
Students develop an understanding of the term 'safer sex' and the importance of using condoms to prevent STIs and pregnancies.
Students develop an understanding of the parts and functions of the reproductive systems.
Students consider the benefits, risks and potential consequences of sexual relationships, and investigate the risks, symptoms and methods of transmission of STIs and BBVs.
Students explore the influence technology has on their ability to make healthy and safe choices in relation to sexuality and risk taking.
Students revise their understanding of the parts and functions of the reproductive system.
Students develop an understanding that the changes that occur during puberty affect young people physically, socially and emotionally and that the changes can affect boys and girls differently.
Students explore and appreciate how people can have different feelings and responses to different situations and that uncomfortable feelings can be changed.
Students analyse sexual consent and the law through practical scenarios and further develop an understanding of sexual diversity.
Students examine how diversity and gender is often represented in the media and the impact this has on personal identities.
Students discuss the positives and challenges of using technology to communicate. They also reflect on their own and other people’s online behaviour.
Students develop an understanding of cyberbullying and the implications of sharing information online.
Students develop their understanding of socially acceptable behaviours and being respectful to others and having respect for themselves by thinking through what's OK and what's not OK in a relationship.
Students develop an understanding of the purpose and function of menstruation and conception, and the relationship between the two processes
Through research, students develop an understanding of the stages of pregnancy and how to keep an unborn child healthy. Students create a poster or movie to promote healthy behaviours to keep the unborn child safe.
Students evaluate and consider options to manage their health, safety and well-being in regards to sexual risk-taking.
Students explore effective strategies such as refusal skills, communicating choices, expressing opinions and initiating contingency plans when dealing with challenging relationships.
Students discuss, illustrate and compare their views and perspectives on being ready for sexual activity.