SEA is an independent organisation
SEA doesn’t have any political or religious affiliations. All our programs are aligned to the Victorian/Australian Curriculum and constitute best practice in this area of education.
Our educators are qualified teachers and specially trained by us. Our education programs are delivered in a sensitive, non-judgemental manner in acknowledgement of the different family backgrounds that we know students have. We are inclusive of diversity as we deliver programs that are age-appropriate, fact-based and relevant to young people whether in primary or secondary school, or at tertiary level.


Human sexuality
‘Sexuality is a fundamental aspect of human life: it has physical, psychological, spiritual, social, economic, political and cultural dimensions.’

SEA believes that knowledge builds confidence and empowers young people to make informed decisions, and this leads to better health, safety and wellbeing.


The law says that everyone is equal regardless of their sex, race, marital status, physical features, physical abilities, religion, sexuality, gender, identity and political views.


Young people
SEA is pro young people. We believe young people make good decisions and responsible choices given the opportunity to learn about and discuss accurate and current information regarding their health. All children, no matter their family background, or whether religion or a specific culture is an influence, need access to age-appropriate, helpful information about their health and human development generally. Children who are left ignorant are also made vulnerable to other influences, so a trusted adult who talks with young people about these topics (whether in school with one of our educators, or by parents at home) has a protective effect. This learning supports them to grow up to make better decisions for their health, safety, wellbeing and happiness.


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UNESCO, 2009, International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education: An evidence-informed approach for schools, Paris p 2.

Victoria Legal Aid: Am I old enough? Common legal issues for young people (April 2014)