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Schools & Child Care

Grade 12 (PPL40)

Curriculum Connection

H&PE C1.3 demonstrate an understanding of how relationships develop through various stages, and describe the skills and strategies needed to maintain a satisfactory relationship as the relationship evolves (e.g., communication and interpersonal skills, adaptive and coping skills, conflict resolution strategies)[PS, IS, CT]

H&PE C2.5 identify the skills and resources that they will need to maintain their personal health and well-being as they become more independent(e.g., budgeting and time-management skills, interpersonal skills, cooking and meal-planning skills, recreational and leisure opportunities, access to health care and other supports) [PS, CT]

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Teen Health Source is brought to you by Planned Parenthood Toronto. Teen Health Source is a sexual health information service run for and by youth. Whether teens need information about birth control, sexually transmitted infections, healthy relationships, or puberty, we provide information in a non-judgmental, sex-positive, pro-choice, and inclusive manner. Got a question or need a referral that you can’t find on our website? Ask us! We have trained teen volunteers waiting to serve you five days a week!

Community Directory; Simcoe County is a comprehensive list of emergency, medical and social services serving residents in the County of Simcoe.

H&PE C3.4 analyse the portrayal of different relationships in the media (e.g., movies, song lyrics, television, print media, Internet) with respect to bias and stereotyping, and describe how individuals can take action to encourage more realistic and inclusive messaging [CT]

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The Fourth R is a consortium of researchers and professionals dedicated to promoting healthy adolescent relationships and reducing risk behaviours. We develop and evaluate programs, resources, and training materials for educators and other front-line professionals who work with youth. In particular, we work with schools, parents, and community organizations to promote the neglected “R” (for Relationships) and help build this Fourth R in school climates.  This section lists free lesson plans available to teachers.

Elementary Healthy Sexuality Educator Resource

Secondary Healthy Sexuality Educator Resource

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