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References, links, and support

Allen, L. (2005). “'Say everything': Exploring young people’s suggestions for improving sexuality education”. Sex Education, 5(4), 389–404.

Allen, L. (2007a). “Doing 'it' differently: relinquishing the disease and pregnancy prevention focus in sexuality education”, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 28 (5), 575–588.

Allen, L. (2007b). “Denying the sexual subject: Schools' regulation of student sexuality”. British Educational Research Journal, 33:2, 221–234.

Allen, L. (2011). Young people and sexuality education: rethinking key debates. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Teacher support

Family Planning runs one- and two-day courses for teachers on teaching aspects of sexuality education. They provide in-school supports including tailored training programmes and updates, New Zealand Curriculum teaching resources, support with programme development, parent consultation meetings and policy development, classroom support and whole-school approaches. For further information see http://www.familyplanning.org.nz/about/our-work/health-promotion

Other groups offering support in this area include The New Zealand Health Educators Association, Rainbow Youth (Auckland), and some DHBs through Health Promoting Schools. 

Teaching resources

These materials, for teachers and students, are designed to support schools to develop and implement their sexuality education programmes.