This area on the website is dedicated to teachers and parents. It provides information, advice and materials to assist with contraception education and dialogues. Experience has shown that comprehensive contraception discussions can be effective in helping young people understand the reproductive system, know about contraceptive methods and use contraceptives when they do become sexually active.
Educational workshops preparation:
Supporting materials for educational workshops:
- How to’ guide (A4 booklet, colour)
Guidance for educational session leaders to assist them in conducting an engaging and teen-friendly session on contraception
- Contraception presentation (PowerPoint slides, colour)
A template presentation designed to enable session leaders to deliver an educational session based on the suggested agenda outlined in the ‘how to’ guide. The presentation provides information about different types of contraception as well as flagging topics for discussion
- Case study discussion cards x3 - Julia (PowerPoint slides, colour)
Case study discussion cards x3 - Louise (PowerPoint slides, colour)
Case study discussion cards x3 - Andrew (PowerPoint slides, colour)
A set of three case study discussion cards designed to be used in educational sessions. Each card features a case study about a teenager concerned about contraception on one side and discussion points on the reverse
- Contraception Compendium - Your Guide To Contraception
A booklet providing detailed information on different types of contraception and providing tips for teenagers on taking a responsible approach to contraception.
- Crossword puzzles (A4, colour)
Two crossword puzzles; one on contraceptive methods and one on the reproductive system, which can be given to participants of a session to complete either individually or as a group
- Certificate (A4, colour)
Certificate to be tailored as required and given to participants of educational sessions.