Sex Education

Sex Education

 

Primary School Children

 

Primary school children need age-appropriate information about bodies, how babies are made, puberty, and sex. Your talks should also start to include topics such as sexual responsibility and relationships. Puberty brings about dramatic physical and emotional changes that may be frightening to an unprepared child.

Primary school children need age-appropriate information about bodies, puberty, sex and reproduction. This is not one big talk, but lots of little conversations repeated.

 

More from the Award Winning Victorian Government Helath Department website about Preschoolers, Primary School children and Teenagers.

 

Welcome to"THE HORMONE FACTORY".

Children aged 10 to 12 are intensely curious about the changes puberty brings.

 

The aim of this site is to support parents and teachers in talking to children about sexual and reproductive development, to answer the questions children often ask, and they ones they don't (but wonder about).

 

Find out more, choose a topic from the top banner.