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Are you teaching puberty for the first time this school year? Nervous about teaching birth control? Worried about the questions students may ask? Or maybe you’ve been teaching for a number of years and are looking for some fun activities to change up your lessons? You’ve come to the right place! We have a number of games, quizzes, activities, videos and resources that will support your lesson plan. We have resources for all grade levels that can help you teach your students about their bodies, their health, relationships, consent, respecting diversity for all students and many more! Please email if you are looking for something that you can’t find on our site. If you’re looking for any booklets or presentations that we used while visiting your class check out SHORE Centre Materials.

Curious about what is going on in Ontario with the Health and Physical Education Curriculum? See below for more details.

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Background Sexual Health Information for Teachers

Sex vs. Gender Explanation Videos

Sexual Health Curriculum

Interim Curriculum (Re-Introduced September 2018)
Starting in September, 2018, students in Ontario will be taught an Interim Edition of the Health and Physical Education Curriculum.  This curriculum uses the 1998 Growth and Development expectations for the Sexual Health Education components.  All other curriculum strands (Active Living and Moving Competence, Personal Safety and Injury Prevention, and Substance Use, Addictions, and Related Behaviours) use the content from the 2010 edition.
The 2010 curriculum was introduced by then-Premier Dalton McGuinty, but was shelved within three days.  It is largely similar to the now-repealed 2015 curriculum.
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