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Developing a Healthy, Safer Lifestyle at KS3: Sexual Awareness

Price: £25.00
Age Range: KS3

Helps students to recognise and feel comfortable with the physical and emotional changes they are experiencing during puberty. The pack links issues of growing personal responsibility and freedom with sexual development and attempts to build the self-confidence required to resist sexual pressures. (Updated from: Sexual Awareness Key Stage 3)

Topics include: Sexual pressures; Body parts; Menstruation; Boys into men; Responsibility; Body language; Puberty; Personal hygiene; What is love?

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Size: 70 Pages
ISBN: 978 1 86025 466 6
Code: D3SA
Popularity rank: 138

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Contents List

LESSONS

  • 1 BYE BYE BABY
  • 3 I AM WHO I AM
  • 5 BODY PARTS
  • 7 PUBERTY
  • 9 MOODY BLUES
  • 11 MENSTRUATION
  • 13 PERIODS
  • 15 UNDER CONTROL
  • 17 BOYS INTO MEN
  • 19 LOOKING GOOD
  • 21 PERSONAL HYGIENE
  • 23 HEY! LOOK ME OVER
  • 25 BODY LANGUAGE
  • 27 STEREOTYPES
  • 29 JUST GOOD FRIENDS
  • 31 MORE FISH IN THE SEA
  • 33 WHAT IS LOVE?
  • 35 MORE THAN FRIENDS
  • 37 PARTNERS
  • 39 ADVICE
  • 41 RESPONSIBILITY
  • 43 ON GOOD BEHAVIOUR
  • 45 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS
  • 47 WHERE LOVE LEADS
  • 49 BABY ON BOARD
  • 51 FAMILY TIES
  • 53 SOMEONE NEW
  • 55 UNEASY PIECES
  • 57 CONTRACEPTION
  • 59 SUPERBUGS

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05/01/05

Teacher Testing Report

Students were well motivated by both the tasks and the illustrations. A very comprehensive package.
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05/01/05

Teacher Testing Report

Well presented, attractive layout which gained children's attention. Pupils were prepared to share experiences and good discussions followed. I appreciated the range of approaches suggested, i.e. filling in charts, speech bubbles, and making lists. This pack also encourages discussion. Students who prefer minimal writing respond well to the "bubble" writing idea.
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