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Brook: healthy lives for young people

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Brook has been putting young people’s health and wellbeing first for 50 years. Our aim is to equip you with everything you need to provide exceptional relationships and sex education (RSE) to young people, and our free, high-quality resources are the perfect supplement to RSE lessons. Find more at brook.org.uk/resources

Brook has been putting young people’s health and wellbeing first for 50 years. Our aim is to equip you with everything you need to provide exceptional relationships and sex education (RSE) to young people, and our free, high-quality resources are the perfect supplement to RSE lessons. Find more at brook.org.uk/resources
Puberty: Emotional and mental health activity
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Puberty: Emotional and mental health activity

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Teaching young people about puberty helps to equip them for a period of significant change. Hormones cause young people’s bodies to change shape and develop – both internally and externally - and the adolescent brain undergoes major developmental changes which influences feelings and behaviour. Young people need our support and understanding to navigate this process of transition from childhood to becoming an adult. Good puberty education can also play a role in breaking down gender stereotypes. Learning about sexual identity and desire promotes tolerance and understanding and by teaching everyone about periods, we challenge stigma and empower young people to understand their bodies and fertility. By the end of this activity, participants will be able to: Describe the 4 main challenges of adolescence Describe at least 2 key experiences which occur during adolescence Understand that adolescence is universal stage in human development and that experiences of adolescence are unique depending on individual characteristics and life circumstances This resource is part of the Brook Learn Puberty course created in partnership with Lil-Lets, a leading UK feminine hygiene brand with over 60 years of expertise. For more resources and information to help you deliver safe and effective RSE, including lessons on puberty, visit learn.brook.org.uk.
Puberty: Reproduction and periods activity
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Puberty: Reproduction and periods activity

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Teaching young people about puberty helps to equip them for a period of significant change. Hormones cause young people’s bodies to change shape and develop – both internally and externally - and the adolescent brain undergoes major developmental changes which influences feelings and behaviour. Young people need our support and understanding to navigate this process of transition from childhood to becoming an adult. Good puberty education can also play a role in breaking down gender stereotypes. Learning about sexual identity and desire promotes tolerance and understanding and by teaching everyone about periods, we challenge stigma and empower young people to understand their bodies and fertility. By the end of this activity, participants will be able to: Explain how the changes that occur during puberty are linked to reproduction Identify the reproductive organs and understand their function Describe what the menstrual cycle is and why it occurs This resource is part of the Brook Learn Puberty course created in partnership with Lil-Lets, a leading UK feminine hygiene brand with over 60 years of expertise. For more resources and information to help you deliver safe and effective RSE, including lessons on puberty, visit learn.brook.org.uk.
Puberty: Body changes activity
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Puberty: Body changes activity

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Teaching young people about puberty helps to equip them for a period of significant change. Hormones cause young people’s bodies to change shape and develop – both internally and externally - and the adolescent brain undergoes major developmental changes which influences feelings and behaviour. Young people need our support and understanding to navigate this process of transition from childhood to becoming an adult. Good puberty education can also play a role in breaking down gender stereotypes. Learning about sexual identity and desire promotes tolerance and understanding and by teaching everyone about periods, we challenge stigma and empower young people to understand their bodies and fertility. By the end of this activity, participants will be able to: Name the different parts of the human body and differentiate between the slang and scientific terms for parts of the body Describe the changes that happen during puberty and the diverse experiences of young people with penises and vaginas Describe ways in which people can experience puberty differently and how the changes can impact on young people This resource is part of the Brook Learn Puberty course created in partnership with Lil-Lets, a leading UK feminine hygiene brand with over 60 years of expertise. For more resources and information to help you deliver safe and effective RSE, including lessons on puberty, visit learn.brook.org.uk.