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2021 Relationships & Sexuality Education in schools: PD with SHQ

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SHQ Sexual Health Quarters

70 Roe Street

Northbridge, WA 6003

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2021 Relationships & Sexuality Education in Schools: After-School PD with Sexual Health Quarters - First Period

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Join the Relationships, Sexuality and Education Project for this after-school professional development workshop with Sexual Health Quarters.

When will I get my period? What is a normal period cycle? These are just some of the many questions asked by school students about their period. This workshop will present current information, resources and simple strategies to use when working in the classroom.

Topics include

  • Is puberty starting earlier?
  • At what grade should we start talking about periods?
  • How to explain simply how periods happen
  • How much is too much? Pain and bleeding
  • Teaching boys and girls
  • What is period poverty?
  • Period apps
  • New period products
  • Resources and referrals

About the presenters:

Karen and Bronwyn are sexual health educators with Sexual Health Quarters, SHQ. They deliver education sessions for young people in schools, alternative education, youth groups, juvenile detention and in community. Read more about SHQ and their services here.

This is a free event. Option to attend in-person at Sexual Health Quarters, Northbridge or online.


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Curtin University's RSE Project provides an extensive range of training programs in relation to school-based relationships and sexuality education (RSE).

We offer training for pre-service and in-service teachers, and strive to provide all our attendees with ongoing support. Our programs are also suitable for school administrators and community health nurses who work in schools.

We have varied backgrounds as teachers, educators, sexologists, researchers and health promotion officers ... the list goes on!

All our programs are generously funded by the WA Department of Health, Sexual Health & Blood-borne Virus Program.

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