Students develop an understanding of the term 'safer sex' and the importance of using condoms to prevent STIs and pregnancies.
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 evaluate and consider options to manage their health, safety and wellbeing in regards to sexual risk-taking.
Students explore skills needed when dealing with challenging relationships and unsafe situations.
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 explore the impact of sexualised imagery on young people's sexual identities and sexual behaviours through the use of music clips and newspaper articles.
Students develop an understanding of respectful relationships using fun interactive games, and identify the characteristics of respectful and disrespectful relationships.