Mental and Emotional health
- Recognising and managing stress
- Relationships Good /bad
- Delaying sex
- Peer Pressure
Puberty (Can be gender specific) or a small group/1:1
- Moving into adulthood, Body changes. Why? How?
- Boys Talk
- Having a baby
Promoting healthy perceptions of Body Image
- Where do our views of what is “handsome” or what is” beautiful” come from?
- Define Normal
- How images in the media influence us
Unpicking the myths of pornography
According to the uk council for child internet safety, the average age for the first exposure to pornography is 11 for boys. In a you gov poll for channel 4 2/3 of 13-17 year olds said they had viewed pornography and mostly boys (YOUGOV 2008) This session does not glamorise porn but seeks to unpick the myths in an age appropriate way with group work and thought provoking exercises. Promoting resilience; helping young people to understand consent ,and their own rights.
Drugs and Alcohol
- Drugs and the Law
- Links between ,drug alcohol use and sex and mental health.
- Thinking critically about the media and alcohol Cannabis Tobacco Illegal drugs (general) Novel psychoactive substances („legal highs‟) Volatile substance abuse (sniffing gases, aerosols, solvents or petrol).
- Practicing assertiveness skills.
Moving into adulthood
Exploring sexuality and what influences our thoughts
- Thinking about Pornography and its effects.
- LGBGTQ Issues.
Healthy Eating/Healthy lifestyles
- Weight concerns
- Sign posting
- Breast Self examination
- Cervical smears
- Sun safety
Men’s Health Including
- Testicular self examination
- Sun safety
- Can be delivered to mixed groups of boys/girls or to individual groups of both.
- Boys think its only condoms for them but delivering a lesson on all methods of contraception allowing them to handle them where possible can give them an understanding of what is available and problems that could occur and where to go for help.
- STI and Unplanned Pregnancy
Tackling sexually Transmitted infections
- Internet safety
- Empowering young people to be effective, autonomous and safe users of social media
Sex and the law, sexting, sexuality
- Information and advice to help young people make an informed choice
- Sessions may contain group work/activities /dvds to underpin health messages. As well as visual /tactile aids.
We offer a positive learning experience, and with such an extensive knowledge base can think on our feet and High Quality Education from a health perspective.
Classes involve inclusive, thought-provoking activity that will get a simple but powerful messages across.
All sessions can be designed to accommodate individual school’s SRE policy.
New For 2016
Free sessions Dementia Friends awareness for young people
Book Early as only a few slots available each term