Alcohol Talk for Teachers 

Research findings show that drinking alcohol during the teenage years can disrupt healthy brain development. The human brain is still developing even as young people move into their 20’s. These resources encourage young people to avoid drinking for as long as possible through open and honest conversation. Starting to drink at an earlier age also places young people at greater risk of developing alcohol-related problems later in life.

When you purchase Alcohol Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons. Including detailed teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.

Drug Talk for Teachers

It is important that when talking about drug use with young people that we reflect the reality of the statistics and use accurate, evidence-based information to inform our teaching. We need to frame our conversations from the point of view that most students are not currently using drugs and are not at-risk of becoming drug users.

 

When you purchase Drug Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons.

Including detailed teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.

Eating Disorder Talk for Teachers

This is a particularly difficult topic to teach and one of the biggest silent killers affecting our young people at the moment. Alarmingly, research conducted with young people in 2010 on behalf of the NEDC indicated that 51.3% of 12-17 year olds agreed that a person with an eating disorder should ‘snap out of it, there are more important things in life to worry about’.

An eating disorder is a mental illness and needs to be treated as such. We desperately need to change the way we’re talking to our kids about this topic and create a safe and supportive community within schools for kids to feel comfortable to talk about it whether for themselves or to support a friend.

 

When you purchase Eating Disorder Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons. Including detailed teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.

Gender Based Violence Talk for Teachers

Before any teaching about family or gender-based violence can begin, a climate of trust is essential if students are to discuss their opinions and beliefs openly. Engaging in activities to develop trust and build communication and cooperation is a necessary prerequisite for your class before engaging in these activities. These resources will help you to do exactly that.

 

When you purchase Gender Based Violence Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons. Including detailed teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.

Period Talk for Teachers

Periods shouldn’t be shameful or taboo. In fact, if they didn’t exist, neither would we. Use this program to normalise the conversation around menstruation and open your kids’ minds to the power of the menstrual cycle.

 

When you purchase Period Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons. Including detailed teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.

Sex Talk for Teachers

Avoiding talking about sex only teaches young people to feel uncomfortable about it and think that it’s a taboo subject they shouldn’t have conversations about. Most students are curious and want to know. Most students have access to Google and know much more than we think they do. Quality sex education lessons like Talk Revolution provide

them with accurate information and the right language to ask questions of trusted adults, rather than going online or taking advice from their peers.

 

When you purchase Sex Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons. Including detailed teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.

Sexuality Talk for Teachers

Research shows that schools are likely to have LGBTIQA+ students, even though they are not always visible and school is the place where most homophobic and transphobic bullying takes place. Which is exactly why we need to address this topic with young people. The topics explored in these activities may prompt students to approach you to talk about their

own feelings of same sex attraction, gender identity or intersex status. This is a positive step for a young person and reflects the fact that you have been open and accepting in your teaching practice.

When you purchase Sexuality Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons. Including detailed

teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.

Suicide and Self Harm Talk for Teachers

Recent statistics published by Headspace show around eight children and young people die by suicide each week in Australia. According to the Australian Institute of Family Studies around one in ten self-harm during their teenage years. This loss of life means that the topic is too important not to talk about, but parents and teachers are often concerned that talking about suicide or self-harm may put ideas in young, impressionable minds. These resources have been created specifically with this concern in mind.

 

As teachers, you have a unique relationship with young people and are often among the first people to notice when young people are going through a tough time emotionally. When you purchase Suicide and Self Harm Talk, you’ll receive an easy to follow, grab and go, classroom ready comprehensive Health program. The supporting material has been written by

HPE Teachers, in line with the National and State HPE Curriculums and each program includes all the material you need to deliver well thought out and effective lessons. Including detailed teachers resources, lesson plans, activities and supporting videos presented by kids, for kids.