Department of Education and Training Website: Sexuality Education.
This website provides a range of learning, teaching and assessment resources for Victorian primary and secondary schools. All materials support a comprehensive, whole-school learning approach to sexuality education.
Building Respectful Relationships: Stepping out against gender-based violence.
Department of Education and Training, Victoria, 2015. A set of sequential teaching activities to educate secondary school students about gender, violence and respectful relationships.
Catching On Early: Sexuality education for Victorian Primary Schools.
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Victoria, 2013. Learning sequences and teaching activities in line with AusVELS foundation to year 6.
Catching On Later: Sexuality education for Victorian secondary schools.
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Victoria, 2013. Learning sequences and teaching activities in line with AusVELS levels 7 to 10.
Catching on Everywhere: Sexuality education program development for Victorian schools.
Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Victoria, 2008. The program materials in this resource are designed for school leaders, teachers and other school staff when developing, delivering and evaluating sexuality education programs. They have been developed through the key learnings from the Whole-school Sexuality Education Project (2006-2008).
Part 1: Program planning concepts and policy. A background to the Project, literature review and an outline of the sexuality education policy environment.
Part 2: School practice in sexuality education. A Model for Whole-school learning, five school practice examples, a three-year plan for program development and a sexuality education curriculum audit tool.
Be The Hero teacher resource kit.
Victorian Women’s Trust, 2008. A web based violence prevention program for young men from year 10 onwards.
‘The Practical Guide to Love, Sex and Relationships’: A teaching resource for years 7 to 10.
Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University, 2015. A skills development approach to ethical sexual decision-making, care of self, taking care of each other and having an equal say, for all young people.
National Sexual Health Campaign.
Australian Government Department of Health. Find out more about avoiding sexually transmissible infections and testing and treatment options. A website that can be utilised in lessons with senior students.
Talk Soon Talk Often: A guide for parents talking to their kids about sex.
Department of Health, Western Australia, 2012. Developed in response to advice that parents needed support in their role as the primary sex educators of their children.
Traffic lights app.
True Relationships and Reproductive Health, Queensland, Access to ‘Traffic lights App: Understanding a child’s sexual behaviour.’ The App describes healthy sexual behaviours (green), concerning behaviours (orange) and harmful behaviours (red) for children aged 0-17. It also explains possible reasons for specific behaviours and suggested responses.
Victoria Legal Aid: Sex and the law.
Victoria Legal Aid, Melbourne. An easy English booklet that is directed at students to understand the law and how it applies to them.