Since 2001 The Pregnancy Centre has been partnering with community groups and local Public and Catholic schools. We offer 5 unique presentations targeted to students in grades 7 through 12. The goal of these presentations is to educate and challenge students on matters of sexual health, sexual decision-making and healthy relationships. Each presentation meets the requirements of the Ontario Curriculum for Health and Physical Education and is presented in an unbiased and engaging manner.
The presentations are delivered by Katrina Davidson, the Centre’s Community Education Director. Topics addressed include: decision-making, sexually transmitted infections, methods of contraception (including the option of choosing to wait), sexting, consent, healthy relationships, pregnancy, and awareness of community support services. If you would like more information about our presentations, to meet Katrina or to book a presentation for your class or community group, please Contact Katrina today.
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE // GRADE 7
Introduces students to the importance of decision making. It encourages them to take time to think in a fun and interactive way, about their choices when it comes to refusal skills, online permanency, relationships and sexual activity.*
SEND ME A DM // GRADE 8
Focuses on relationships and communication. It also addresses the risks of sexual activity and provides students the opportunity to think about different reasons for delaying sexual activity.*
IT’S COMPLICATED: RELATIONSHIP SPARKS & STATUSES // GRADE 9
Addresses consent and power dynamics in relationships. It explores the role of technology in dating and the risks of sexual activity including STIs and pregnancy.
LET’S TALK RELATIONSHIPS // GRADE 10 & 11
Allows students to engage in activities that give a more in-depth look at healthy and unhealthy relationships. It continues to build on the previous presentations in addressing the risks of sexual activity.
FORWARD THINKING // GRADE 12
Addresses messages from the media about relationships and sexual decisions. Through group activities, students are encouraged to take control of their own relationship and sexual decisions.
*MEETS 2018 REVISED CURRICULUM
I like that a wide variety of topics are covered. I like that there are opportunities for students to ask questions. The topics are relatable to teenagers. There are stories thrown in that provide context for the students.
The individual class presentations are excellent! They are appropriate and interactive. The presentation gives the students information to enable them to make their own knowledgeable choices. Students feel comfortable discussing these issues without embarrassment.
Awesome work today – some really great information! I loved your conversational presentation style and your honesty in presenting this important information. I know the students learned today and were forced to reflect on key decisions that they will have to make in the near future. And that makes today a good day in education!
Thanks for being so open about something people can be so afraid to talk about.
Thank you so much for your inspiring presentation!
Thank you for listening and teaching us.
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