Open Book Plans
Term 2

Here’s how the Open Book Project's Relationships & Sexuality Program works:

You choose the plan that suits you and your child. Most plans run over 10 weeks starting on the 27th April. The Let’s work together and Let's work together -Unique edition plans are for 3 live learning sessions which you and your young person attend together (online and you choose which topics). You can read more about each plan here.

 

Once you've purchased your plan you'll be prompted to let us know what year level you'll need and whether you would like disability-friendly lessons. 

I've got this!

 Are you a already having conversations about relationships and sexuality and need a curriculum and lesson plans for Term 2?

 

Each week you will be emailed a pack that includes the lesson plan with scripts and suggestions, digital resources and activities ready to print, and a tip sheet to help you talk more confidently about that week's topic.

This plan is available as either mainstream or disability-friendly delivery. 

Teach me how!

Would like to teach the topics yourself but you're not quite ready to go out on your own?

 

Each week we will have a live adults video session so you can learn more about the topic and how to deliver the lesson before giving it a go yourself. The focus will be on the upcoming topic area and exploring key explanations, extensions, and how best to incorporate your own family values. These sessions are recorded and will be made available for replay for the duration of the plan.

This plan is available as either mainstream or disability-friendly delivery. 

 

Let's work together

Do you enjoy learning along with your child or young person?

 

This plan features access to any 3 live online family sessions which provide a chance for your child to work with same-age peers. This is the ideal way to ensure everyone gets the information they need while breaking down many of the barriers that can sometimes make it difficult to talk about these topics. You choose the topics you want to book into. 

At least one caring adult must be physically present with your child for them to participate.

For participant safety, these sessions are not recorded.  Alternative catch-up sessions may be offered in some instances. 

Unique Edition

Do you need some tailored relationships and sexuality education for a learner with special needs?

 

Using the same format as the standard 'Let's work together!" plan, this version is specifically for children with an intellectual disability. The same topics will be covered in the same order. The differences are the pace of the lessons, the resources are disability friendly, and additional support is provided for parents/carers.  

 

For participant safety, these sessions are not recorded.  Alternative catch-up sessions may be offered in some instances. 

Young adults

Have you got a teenager at home who really needs relationships and sexuality education for this rapidly changing world?

This plan is designed for 15-17 year olds to learn along with same-age peers in a weekly online lesson (without a parent/carer present). Each week they'll be given activities and tasks to open up the conversations between them and you, encouraging them to share what they are learning each week.

 

For participant safety, the sessions will be facilitated by two sexuality educators and they will not be recorded.

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Kerrin Bradfield is an Accredited Clinical Sexuality Educator with the  Society of Australian Sexologists Ltd. They adhere to the Society’s  Code of Ethics and Practice.

To find out more, go to www.societyaustraliansexologists.org.au

Open Book Project is based in the Yuggerah nation and acknowledges and pays respects to the Yugambeh, Koombumerrii and Bundjalung people, past, present and future, of the Gold Coast. We recognise the sovereignty of First Nations people and the resilience shown in fighting for lands, laws, and peoples.

Always was, always will be Aboriginal land. 

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