For schools & teachers

The Benefits of Relationship & Sexual Education (RSE)

Supporting the healthy sexual development of children and young people is a responsibility shared by schools and families. Those people who receive comprehensive, respectful Relationship & Sexuality Education (RSE) from an early age inclusive of sexual abuse prevention, are more likely to:

  • Make informed and responsible sexual decisions later in life
  • Recognise appropriate and inappropriate behaviour
  • Understand and accept changes and individual differences
  • Talk about their feelings and experiences.

Our programs, including True's signature All School Program, has been developed specifically to meet all requirements for Queensland schools and are mapped to the Australian National Curriculum, and aligned to the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) senior syllabus.

True's approach to education involves respectful facilitation, free of discrimination and accepting of diversity.

True 'All School' Program

True’s All School Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) program is evidence informed and has ...

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Relationship Ready

Relationships and sexuality education (RSE) is essential to developing empowered, healthy, accepting ...

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LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Education

These self-paced training modules are part of the LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Education: Capability, Confidenc ...

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Traffic Lights® for professionals

Traffic Lights® provides a framework that is age and developmentally appropriate, positive and prote ...

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'All School' Special Education

Students with disability often don't receive adequate comprehensive sexuality education (CSE). They ...

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Children's safety skills

Children are sexual beings from the day they are born and early childhood education and care (ECEC) ...

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