Bringing evidence-based curriculum aligned programs to your school.
We tailor our programs to your school's needs
Age appropriate and aligned with PDHPE/HPE curriculums across Australia
We offer lecture and workshop options
(Guide: lectures ~200 students; workshops ~25 students)
Available in person & online
What does everyday consent look like? How can we use skills that we've already been taught and apply them when exploring respectful relationships?
Boundary setting in everyday scenarios, and in our relationships.
Practising consent language.
Discussions around masculinity and what it means to be a man in the modern day are gaining popularity. How can young boys and men engage with these discussions in healthy and productive ways?
What does the concept of ‘toxic masculinity’ actually mean? Why is it so often misinterpreted, and where can we see it occurring in our daily lives?
How can men be positive role models for others? What are the barriers to displaying a positive brand of masculinity and how do we overcome these barriers and make real change?
Young people will be exploring new experiences throughout high school at gatherings and parties. How can they do this safely?
Can young people give consent when they're intoxicated?
What protective behaviours can young people implement to help keep themselves and their friends safe in the setting of alcohol and other drug use?
Platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Tik Tok are now cemented into our lives. How can young people navigate these spaces safely, and know what their rights are on these platforms?
What are the risks associated with sexting? What is image based abuse and where can a student report this if it occurs?
How does pornography affect our understanding of consent?
What is the difference between sexual harassment and sexual assault?
How can young people call out sexual harassment and contribute to societal change?
How can young people develop the confidence to be able to identify when sexual harassment or assault has occurred?
How can young people be an active bystander?
What can young people do should they find themselves or a friend in a situation where sexual harassment or assault has occurred? We cover responding to immediate danger, and support available for both physical and mental health.
What are the options for reporting sexual harassment and assault?
How can young people be a supportive friend to someone who has experienced sexual harassment or assault?
Empower students to recognise traits of both healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Exploration of consent-challenging tactics including gaslighting, love-bombing and coercion.
Connecting students with support services.
Empowering key staff to support students around issues of consent and respectful relationships.
Appropriate for PDHPE/HPE & Wellbeing teachers
Workshop style, discussion-led sessions
(Guide: 35 teachers)
Full program: 4 hours
Ensure educators feel comfortable using gender-inclusive and non-judgemental language, particularly when engaging students in respectful relationships education.
Demonstrate how language can perpetuate gender stereotypes, and why inclusive language is important.
Explore the spectrums of sex, gender and sexuality.
Understand the behaviours that constitute sexual harassment and assault, and understand the laws around when someone can not give consent.
Discuss how we can encourage young people to be active bystanders and challenge these normalised behaviours.
Understand the various reporting and support options available if harassment and/or assault occur.
Unpack victim blaming.
How can an educator respond to a young people in the event of disclosure?
Introduction to consent and consent language.
Explore boundaries in different relationships (platonic and sexual relationships), and suggested frameworks to discussing and asserting boundaries.
Discuss the risks involved in social media platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat and Discord.
Understand the laws around sexting and image-based abuse, and avenues for support and reporting if this does occur.
How can we educate young people to critically analyse the messaging they receive around consent from mainstream media, and from pornography?
Understand the laws around consent with alcohol and other drugs.
Discuss the influence of peer pressure and how we can encourage young people to challenge it.
Consider drink spiking and the actions students can take.