SECONDARY

Revising concepts from primary school, and building knowledge and skills are key at the secondary level. Secondary sessions are tailored to each school’s need. Schools can select from one of our standard presentations or request certain content be covered. We work with small groups, keeping the sessions activity- and discussion-based where possible. We can also deliver lecture-style to larger groups.

Click here for list of secondary schools SEA has visited.

 

AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL, QUALITY SEX EDUCATION HAS BEEN SHOWN TO: 

  • delay the first experience of sex
  • reduce STIs
  • reduce instances of unplanned pregnancy
  • reduce instances of coerced sexual activity
  • reduce instances of sexual assault
  • increase confidence and ability to negotiate consensual sexual activity that is mutual, respectful, communicative, safe and pleasurable

UNESCO 2009 International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education. An evidence informed approach for schools, Paris, p13.

 

AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL, SEA IS COMMITTED TO:

  • helping young people develop their sexual health knowledge and skills in decision-making
  • providing and inclusive service in communities and schools
  • the idea that sexual activity should be a personal choice, and needs to be healthy, safe, consensual, legal and respectful

 

STANDARD PROGRAMS TO SELECT FROM:

‘Puberty, change and respect’ (Year 7)

  • puberty review
  • navigating friendship
  • standing up for yourself
  • respectful use of technology (social media & the internet)

‘Change, friendships and respect’ (Year 8)

  • exploring respect in friendships and family relationships
  • early dating
  • choice and consent
  • looking after yourself and others

‘Nuts & bolts: risk, choice and respect’ (Years 8—12)

  • sexual decision-making
  • safer sex, STIs and contraception
  • sex and technology (pornography, sexting)
  • sex and the law
  • consent and coercion

‘Respectful relationships’ (Years 8—12)

  • qualities of a respectful relationship
  • red flags of an unhealthy or potentially abusive relationship
  • boundaries and consent
  • intimacy in relationships
  • sex and technology (influence of pornography)
  • social media and sexting
  • sex and the law

‘Pornography: the big picture’ (Years 10—12)

  • what is pornography?
  • influence of pornography, how it is shaping behaviour and expectations
  • pornography in perspective
  • sex and the law

 

Pics for secondary powerpoint-13

 

 

Contact the office at info@sexeducationaustralia.com.au for more information.