Activities

My body inside and out

Pre-primary
Growing Bodies
Staying Safe
Students can identify the correct names and location of their body parts, including private areas (genitalia). The concept of self-protection is introduced.

Online vs face-to-face communication

Year 4
Respectful Relationships
Staying Safe
Students discuss the similarities and differences between online and face-to-face communication, and research and explore protective strategies to ensure they communicate safely using technology.

Safety first

Year 5
Staying Safe
Students investigate strategies that promote safe practices online.

Introduction to STIs and BBVs

Year 7
Health Literacy
Staying Safe
Students develop an understanding of STIs and BBVs through a role play simulation and researching reliable and trustworthy websites for suitable prevention strategies.

Issues with online communication

Year 7
Health Literacy
Staying Safe
Students discuss the positives and challenges of using technology to communicate. They also reflect on their own and other people’s online behaviour.

**External resources**

Year 7
Year 8
Diversity
Emotional Wellbeing
Growing Bodies
Health Literacy
Respectful Relationships
Staying Safe
The practical guide to love, sex and relationships

HPV vaccine

Year 8
Health Literacy
Staying Safe
Videos and short activities to show students who will be receiving their HPV vaccine at school.

Choices and consequences

Year 8
Staying Safe
Students watch Kaiyai Girl, an interactive DVD about an Aboriginal Girl, Missy, who is faced with many choices and consequences regarding alcohol and other drugs and sexual health.

Ready vs not ready (for sexual activity)

Year 9
Respectful Relationships
Staying Safe
Students discuss, illustrate and compare their views and perspectives on being ready for sexual activity.

Respectful relationships online

Year 9
Staying Safe
Students develop an understanding of cyberbullying and the implications of sharing information online.

Sexting

Year 9
Staying Safe
Students explore the influence technology has on their ability to make healthy and safe choices in relation to sexuality and risk taking.

Sexual consent and the law

Year 9
Staying Safe
Students analyse sexual consent and the law through practical scenarios and further develop an understanding of sexual diversity.

Power to manage relationships

Year 10
Respectful Relationships
Staying Safe
Students explore effective strategies such as refusal skills, communicating choices, expressing opinions and initiating contingency plans when dealing with challenging relationships.

Benefits and risks of sexual activity

Year 10
Staying Safe
Students consider the benefits, risks and potential consequences of sexual relationships, and investigate the risks, symptoms and methods of transmission of STIs and BBVs.

Sexual risk taking

Year 10
Staying Safe
Students evaluate and consider options to manage their health, safety and well-being in regards to sexual risk-taking.