Gold Coast

Queensland

Australia

info@goldcoastsexology.com.au

 

Tel: 0407 449 852

Monday: 8am - 8pm

Friday: 8am - 8pm

​​Saturday: 8am - 8pm

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Kerrin Bradfield is an Accredited Clinical Sexuality Educator with the  Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd. She adheres to the Society’s  Code of Ethics and Practice.

To find out more, go to www.societyaustraliansexologists.org.au

For Schools

Relationships & Sexuality Education (RSE) is now a feature of the HPE stream of the Australian Curriculum from Prep to Year 10.  However, not everyone in a school environment can, or wants to, deliver this information. Gold Coast Sexology is here to help because there are too many benefits of RSE to not deliver it. 

 

  • Age appropriate RSE allows for information, concepts, and skills to be taught that suit the developmental stage and year level. This also means that most of the information required in primary school can be delivered by a teacher who feels well supported and has received expert instruction and professional development

  • RSE can be both foundational learning and integrated learning. Supporting staff to identify topics they already teach that could explore gender, sexuality, and respectful relationships ensure that RSE learning is reinforced throughout the year

  • Protective Behaviours education can start in Prep and is suitable for students throughout primary school

  • Respectful relationships education that promotes gender equality has been identified by the Australian Government as a key contributor to reducing Violence Against Women

  • All lessons and topics can be adapted for a range of learners including students in the SEP

 

  • Sexuality education can be protective against sexual abuse. Many important messages and skills that contribute to children’s safety are part of a comprehensive sexuality program. They include:

    • Teaching children about the proper names of their body parts

    • Giving children permission to talk and ask questions about sexual body parts

    • Explaining the qualities of respectful relationships and appropriate sexual relationships

    • Identifying a support network of teachers and parents to whom they could turn

    • Understanding personal safety; such as safety for our bodies and how to keep ourselves safe

Foundation - year 2

Students will learn about personal safety, bodies, and feelings in fun and interactive sessions. 

Year 3

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Year 6

Students will learn about personal safety, puberty, reproduction, and the safe use of technology. 

Year 7

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year 10

Students will learn about changing relationships from friendships to sexual relationships. 

professional development

Professional learning around sexual development, young people, and technology to enhance staff confidence.