Relationship Ready for Parents & Carers

Relationship and sexuality education provides children and young people with the knowledge and skills to understand their bodies, make healthy choices, and form respectful relationships.

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Parents and carers play a primary role in the Relationship and Sexuality Education (RSE) of the children and young people in our care. The positive messages they receive about sexuality through the conversations we have can support them to be healthy, safe, and confident about their bodies and sexuality. Having these conversations isn’t always easy, we might not know where to start or feel confident answering questions.

True's online training modules contain language, topics, and suggestions for how to engage the children and young people in your care in conversations surrounding relationships and sexuality. They cover topics of personal safety, puberty, periods, healthy relationships, safer sex, and STIs. Register to receive an email and free access to these modules when they go live.

At various stages throughout a child's lifecycle, they become ready to learn about relationships and sexuality and so it's important that children and young people have a healthy understanding of what constitutes healthy relationships and safe sexual practices.

True's online training modules contain language, topics, and suggestions for how to engage the children and young people in your care in conversations surrounding relationships and sexuality. They cover topics of personal safety, puberty, periods, healthy relationships, safer sex, and STIs. The project's materials are reviewed and supported by the Queensland Department of Education and Queensland Health. 

To register for free access to these modules at a time convenient to you, click here.

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