All presentations are one period in duration and are accompanied by two follow up lesson plans that can be delivered by teachers. While we usually present to year group cohorts, there is no limit to the number of students in each presentation. We are able to present to split male and female groups at the same time using two presenters to make for easier scheduling.
Presentations cost $450 + GST with discount available for presentations delivered back-to-back.
Respect for self (Yrs 4-6)
This presentation discusses self-respect as thinking, feeling and acting positively toward oneself to give the best opportunity to thrive. This starts with an appreciation of one’s worth and value. We discuss positive self-talk, avoiding comparison and compromise, setting high goals, forgiving mistakes, staying positive and bouncing back when things are tough.
Respect FOR Others (YRs 4-6)
Whether it is peers, parents, teachers or others, we encourage students to invest positively into relationships around them by offering respect. This looks like treating others as they would like to be treated, being curious and getting to know people, celebrating the uniqueness in others and using social influence and leadership to build a respectful culture where everyone can thrive. We also look at how to respond when others don’t show us respect.
PLEASE LIKE ME (YRS 8-9)
Teenage girls sometimes feel pressured to look and act in a certain way to gain the attention and approval of others. These pressures can be stressful, confusing and can take the fun out of growing up. This presentation encourages girls to develop confidence and a strong respect for self. It discusses hot topics like appearance, selfies, social media, dating and rumour-spreading and encourages girls to look out for one another.
HARASSMENT Safety strategies (Yrs 10-12)
Sexual harassment in its various forms is experienced by the majority of young women. Increasingly, this is taking place online. This presentation equips girls with strategies for dealing with different forms of harassment and encourages young women to look after one another.
consent Safety strategies (YRS 10-12)
'Date rape' refers to any form of sexual activity without consent with a person you know. It is the most common form of sexual assault experienced by young women. This presentation offers a clear understanding of sexual activity and consent in the eyes of the law. It equips young women with knowledge of their rights in relationships. It also offers protective behaviour strategies to keep themselves and their friends safe.
MEN OF RESPECT (YRS 8-9)
What makes a man? What is true manhood? This presentation helps young men to define manhood based on character. It addresses their developing attitudes toward women, and discusses respectful thought, speech and behaviour toward women. It encourages boys to make the choice to be men of respect, allies for women in their lives.
PROBLEMS WITH PORN (yrs 10-12)
The easy access to pornography online has contributed to record levels of use by young men in society. This presentation explores the way that porn shapes male attitudes toward women, influences relationships and contributes to slavery around the world. It encourages boys to rethink their views and engagement with porn in order to build respectful relationships.
SEXUAL HARASSMENT (yrs 10-12)
Sexual harassment in its various forms is experienced by the majority of young women. Increasingly, this is taking place online. Often boys fail to understand the negative effect that their ‘jokes’ and comments may have on others and may be encouraged to say and do certain things in order to gain peer approval. This presentation explore different forms of sexual harassment and highlights sexual harassment as an expression of male weakness, not strength. It seeks to promote empathy within the group and equips students with strategies for keeping others safe.
CONSENT in relationships (YRS 10-12)
'Date rape' refers to any form of sexual activity without consent with a known person. It is the most common form of sexual assault experienced by young women. This presentation offers a clear understanding of sexual activity and consent in the eyes of the law and encourages young men to choose respect in relationships. It also offers tips for recognising when others might be in danger and practical advice for how to step in and ensure the safety of others.
The respect effect (YRS 7-8)
The Respect Effect explores the value of respect in building positive relationships and school culture, where all people are given the opportunity to thrive. In this presentation, students will engage with the cycle of respect, understand their role in creating a respectful environment and explore tools to manage their own actions when the cycle of respect is broken.
The dating dilemma (YRS 7-8)
With pressure to date from a young age, this presentation encourages students to consider good and bad reasons to date, a framework for choosing the right person to date based on safety and respect and tools for treating others with respect. It promotes prioritising friendship over dating at this age.
ALCOHOL SAVVY (Yrs 10-12)
Binge drinking is a recognised social problem among teenagers and young adults. It is often cited as a major factor in cases of violent and sexual assault as well as fatal car incidents. This presentation discusses the Australian drinking culture, peer pressure, risks of drinking and safe drinking habits. It encourages students to be participate in a growing culture among young people to drink in moderation for health and social benefits.
LESSONS FOR LEAVERS (YR 12)
Making good choices is the key to memorable leavers celebrations. In partnership with WA Police, this presentation explores good planning tips for leavers celebrations as well as harm minimisation strategies relating to alcohol consumption, sexual activity, driving and more. Students are given practical tips to keep themselves and those around them safe on leavers and beyond.