Sex Education on-line resource library for schools moderated by LaTrobe University


Lower Secondary

SHARE – Sexual Health and Relationships Education

SHARE Comics picFree sexual health and relationship education resources for community organisations in Australia.

SHARE is a set of comics relating to sexual health and healthy relationships, with characters and scenarios reflecting the diversity of Victoria’s population.  The comics are designed to be led by workers who have the opportunity to start sexual health conversations with young people and are accompanied by facilitator’s guides, culturally competent fact sheets and information about relevant services.  Find the resource here.

Taught Not Caught

taught-not-caughtThis resource is an oldie but a goodie.

Some information may need to be updated but the activities themselves are great and still relevant.

It may take 2-3 minutes to download.

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Remember, the use of this resource is for educational purposes only.


Tea Consent

Tea Consent by Blue Seat Studios

This is a great You Tube video to engage young people in discussion about consent.

Funny, light and engaging.

Watch it here.







Catching On Later

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Catching on Later is designed to assist teachers to explore these issues in the classroom. There are lessons which are specifically designed to increase the basic knowledge that is central to managing sexual health, but more commonly these lessons facilitate the exploration of the social world of young people and help them with the many decisions they face in that world.  Teachers with restricted time need to select a balance of these elements to make up a well-rounded program.


Growing & Developing Healthy Relationships (GDHR)

Growing & Developing Healthy Relationships (GDHR) is a well established interactive teacher support website launched by the WA Departments of Health and Education in 2010.  It is supported by the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia and provides a range of age-appropriate learning activities and advice to assist teachers plan and deliver quality sexual health education programs including:

  • K-10 learning activities menu
  • Online teacher support question box
  • Background information and teaching notes
  • Resources including illustrations, fact sheets, links
  • Multimedia: virtual tour, video clips, and news feed. read more…

Teaching Good Sex –

Teaching Good Sex by Laurie Abraham

An excellent article about teaching sexuality education.  There are 8 pages, be sure to read all of them.  Read the full article.

Sexuality and U

sexualilty-and-u2 is the ultimate Canadian web site committed to providing you accurate, credible and up-to-date information and education on sexual health. An initiative of the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada, the site’s mandate is to provide guidance and advice to help individuals develop and maintain a healthy sexuality.

This web site is made possible with the guidance and collaboration of a team of distinguished Canadian medical organizations, and is administered by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada. –comprehensive, accessible, innovative

An innovative website developed by Alberta educators and health professionals to help achieve excellence in teaching sexual  health. read more…


its-all-one-cur IT’S ALL ONE CURRICULUM, Guidelines and activities for a unified approach to sexuality, gender, HIV and Human Rights Education

a two-book set

Book 1:  Guidelines – Curriculum content that places gender issues and human rights at the heart of sex and HIV education.

Book 2:  Activities – 54 activities that engage young people and foster critical thinking skills.

Developed by the International Sexuality and HIV Curriculum Working Group

Click to read more about this resource or download the PDF

Absolute Beginners


absolute-beginners is a collection of tips for teachers who have NOT taught sexuality education.

The  collection includes 5 tips for getting started along with associated activities for each tip.

Absolute Beginners could be used in years 5-10, although it’s probably more suited to secondary students.