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* Assertive Communication * Public and Private * Protective Education Cyber Safety
Develop assertive communication skills; expressing feelings, how to say no, identifying different styles of communication. Explore public and private concepts by identifying personal space, private body parts, places, and appropriate public and private behaviour and activities. Explore appropriate relationship boundaries and develop strategies for personal safety. Explore risks and develop skills to increase safety when using the internet, including social media, websites and dating apps/websites.
Feelings Self Esteem Building Resilience Choices and Consequences
Explore feelings; expressing, and recognising feelings of self and others. Build confidence and develop strategies to improve self esteem and promote self-care. Explore the components needed to build resilience, improve confidence and develop strategies to manage change and strong emotions. Explore choices and consequences and develop decision making skills.
Masturbation Menstruation Puberty and Hygiene Hygiene
Gain knowledge about healthy masturbation, hygiene and public and private concepts in relation to masturbation. Develop an understanding of the menstrual cycle, function, management and hygiene. Explore the physical and emotional changes that occur during puberty, and good hygiene practices in relation to puberty. Develop good hygiene practices; bathing, grooming, clothing and environment.
Sex and Sexuality Women and Men’s Health Healthy and Respectful Relationships
Develop an understanding of sex, sex and the law, consent, contraception, safer sex practices , STI’s and sexual diversity. Explore common sexual health concerns, and gain knowledge of screening, testing and examinations. Develop skills to build and maintain different relationships. Explore what is ok and not ok in a relationship and what you can do if you are in an unhealthy relationship.

Topics marked with * are core topics that compliment each other. For more information, please contact us on (08) 9227 6414 or via our contact form.