SHINE's Relationships and sexual health education principles of best practice.
Provides a framework for developing and evaluating evidence-based sexual health education in the Canadian context.
Developed by the World Health Organization (2010), this framework can be used to develop a comprehensive, community-based sexual health program.
A traffic light guide to identify, understand and respond to sexual behaviours
This document, developed by the WA Department of Health in 2003, is a guide for the provision of effective community and school-based education about STIs.
This document is based on a rigorous review of evidence on sexuality education programs for 5-18 year olds. It is aimed at education and health-sector decision makers and professionals.
Providing perspectives and language to account for every student's unique journey through puberty to adulthood.
Guidelines for education and care settings on responding to problem sexual behaviours (3rd edition, 2019). Lists age appropriate behaviours, concerning behaviours and serious behaviours with steps schools can take to respond and protect children.
A university program created by Deakin University preparing pre-service teachers to teach sexuality education.
Safe schools Coalition Australia resource created in 2015.
A guide to communicating with your children about life, love, relationships and sex from SHINE South Australia.
Information and strategies for teachers, educators and parents educating children from birth to 18 years of age using the Alberta Education Human Sexuality curriculum based on the Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education.
A set of professional learning standards to help improve educators' ability to effectively address sexuality in the classroom. Includes a helpful self-assessment tool.
USA resource with specific sexuality education objectives and standards set out in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12 published in 2012.