Students identify appropriate self care practices which become increasingly important as they go through puberty.
Students are introduced to the physical, emotional and social changes that take place during puberty.
Students explore gender stereotypes, respectful relationship qualities and non-consensual image sharing in this 8 sequential session program.
Students use a video and the graffiti wall strategy to develop an understanding of what porn is, how people come across porn, why people access porn and its possible harms. Strategies for dealing with unwanted exposure to porn are also discussed.
Students use a video and a decision mapping process to explore situations where people might be asked to send a sext. Emotional, social, ethical and legal consequences of sending or not sending a sext are unpacked.
Students explore legal, physical, social & emotional safety & respectful relationships using placemat strategy and a video stimulus.
Students complete a T/F pre-quiz on BBVs; use a video stimulus and websites (provided) to research BBV transmission/prevention. Findings reported via a choice of radio advert/instagram post/whole class display.
Students research and develop quiz questions about safer sex (websites provided). Teacher combines student's quiz questions to create a class quiz assessment.
Students use a video stimulus, look at condom use stats, brainstorm what safer sex is, reasons why people use/don't use condoms and the life skills required for condom negotiation & use.
Students revise their understanding of the parts and functions of the reproductive system.
Students explores the physical, social & emotional changes associated with puberty using the Laugh and learn video as a stimulus and then create a mindmap of positive coping strategies.
Videos and short activities to use with students before they receive their HPV vaccine at school.
Students develop a repertoire of strategies to use to protect themselves from bullying. They also examine ways to help someone else that may be being bullied.
Students explore the implications of intense emotions on self and others and develop personal strategies to cope with the intense emotions that can result from adverse situations and the demands of others.
Students explore the purpose of health campaigns and identify the components of a successful campaign. In groups, they develop their own campaign with a sexual health theme.
Students identify and explore the relationship between and social skills. They practise cooperating and collaborating with peers using specific social skills relating to respect, empathy and valuing differences.
Students investigate a range of health information from a variety of sources and decide on which would be most appropriate in dealing with challenging situations.
Students investigate ways to access community resources to seek help about health, safety and wellbeing. They then determine criteria for the credibility of a website and evaluate a range of websites and apps.
Students develop strategies to address discrimination using game-play and scenarios to explore exclusion, prejudice, and discrimination of gender and healthy relationships.