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Years 5 & 6 Puberty Workshops

Teaching Relationships and Puberty

A series of workshops designed to educate students about the physical, social and emotional.

Puberty is a significant time of growth and change that all humans experience, and education on the topic has many positive impacts for young people. SHFPACT’s series of workshops use a variety of educational experiences to explore the Social, Emotional and Physical changes that occur during puberty and how to manage them. All workshops are mapped to the content descriptors of the Year 5 & 6 Health and Physical Education Australian Curriculum and contain content about consent. Each workshop is 90 minutes and schools can opt to book two physical or all four workshops.


The Physical Changes of Puberty 1

Private body parts, physical changes of puberty and how reproductive systems work.

The Physical Changes of Puberty 2

The Social & Emotional Changes of Puberty 1

The Social & Emotional Changes of Puberty 2

Personal Identity, qualities of healthy relationships and boundaries, understanding  emotions and managing strong emotions in puberty. 


To complement student workshops, SHFPACT offers a 90 minute Parent Information Evening. Parents will learn about sexuality and relationships education, its place in schools and how they can support their child through puberty and beyond. Common concerns and myths are addressed as well as tips for effective communication, responding to tricky questions and resources for further support. Information regarding student workshops is also provided.


Cost: 2 workshops - $20 per student;  4 workshops - $35 per student
Parent information evening $290

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Please note that changes may be made to course dates and mode of delivery at late notice if COVID-19 restrictions escalate. While SHFPACT will endeavour to avoid any unnecessary changes, this may be unavoidable. Every effort will be made to reschedule the course, and any affected placements or assessment, to ensure that course participants are able to complete the course in a reasonable timeframe.