EDUCATION & TRAINING
SHQ is keen to continue supporting schools to deliver a relationships and sexuality education program that reflects good practice. Using the Health Promoting Schools Framework, SHQ can partner with your school to complement the existing relationships and sexuality education program. You will be asked to complete an audit of your current relationships and sexuality education program. This will assist SHQ to identify how our session fits into a planned, ongoing, comprehensive relationships and sexuality education program.
- Puberty – Year 5, 6 focusing on body changes
- Puberty – Year 7, 8 focusing on emotional changes and acknowledging sexual feelings
- Contraception – Year 9, 10
- STI prevention – Year 9, 10, 11, 12
- Intoxicated sex – Year 9, 10, 11, 12
- Respectful Relationships – Year 8-12
- Mooditj – Year 6, 7, 8. A relationships and sexual health program designed for groups where a significant number of participants are Aboriginal.
- RELATE – Year 8, 9 and 10 sequential programs for schools. One term program (8 session plans) written by teachers and sexual health experts. Linked to the WA HPE Syllabus and AITSL standards.
The manuals can be purchased from the online shop or via order form.
- Presented either at your school or as a visit to our premises at Roe st in Northbridge. If you visit us in Northbridge there is no charge for this session. The purpose is to familiarise people with SHQ, its location and services.
SHQ is a non-government, not-for-profit organisation. Education programs are partly funded by the WA Department of Health and partly by fee-for-service. Our funding is intended to help provide services to schools with a high proportion of students from priority populations. For these priority schools, a reduced fee of $100+GST for each 60 minute session applies. The regular fee for other schools is $200+GST. These fees may be negotiated in some circumstances. As these are interactive sessions groups need to be no larger than 32 students (a single class).
For more information please contact Sue Dimitrijevich on 08 9227 6177.