SHine SA can support your school with professional development, curriculum, resources, advice and advocacy to deliver a comprehensive and up-to-date relationships and sexual health education program.DECD schools with a secondary component are eligible for support through the Focus Schools Program.The resource supports a non-judgmental, harm minimisation approach that works towards improving pleasure and reducing the potential risks for young people in their sexual relationships. Dedicated support for individual schools is available providing all components listed above. The following testimonial is from Westminster School (R-12 Uniting Church School, South Australia).“Westminster’s partnership with SHINE SA since 2010 has contributed greatly to the quality of our teaching and learning, and the good health and wellbeing outcomes for our young people.To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.
This is especially true if they were raised in a family where they witnessed one parent abuse the other. • Threatening to leave, to commit suicide, to report him/her to the police. - Have you seen the partner be abusive or display aggressive behaviours towards other people, property &/or pets?Teacher training courses explore what makes an effective program in the secondary years including content, teaching methods, practical demonstration of classroom activities and a range of resources.The comprehensive 2017 Curriculum covers topics such as puberty; sexuality; diversity; relationship; sexual activity & consent; gender, power & stereotypes; media and use of latest technology; safer sex, contraception & sexually transmitted infections; communication & decision making; places to go for help and support.The Years 8 to 10 curriculum is reviewed annually, responding to emerging issues and informed by teacher and student feedback.It has also been mapped to the The course is aimed at secondary years’ teachers; however, all interested people are welcome to attend.