Sex and health

This lesson will cover the positives and negatives that can result from sexual relationships, including sexually transmitted infections. It will also clarify the link between first sexual experiences and future health. This lesson is intended for learners in Year 9+, aged 13+. It forms part of the sex education curriculum within RSHE, of which parents can 'opt out' for their child. Please check with your parent or carer before continuing the lesson.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.You can catch infections from sex.

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Q2.Poor choices about sex can affect mental wellbeing.

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Q3.There are lots of positives and advantages when in a healthy intimate relationship.

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Q4.A condom is protection from sexually transmitted infections.

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Q5.Pregnancy is not part of sexual health

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Q6.Pregnancy is not part of sexual health

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Q1.You can catch infections from sex.

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Q2.Poor choices about sex can affect mental wellbeing.

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Q3.There are lots of positives and advantages when in a healthy intimate relationship.

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Q4.A condom is protection from sexually transmitted infections.

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Q5.Pregnancy is not part of sexual health

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Q6.Pregnancy is not part of sexual health

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Sex and health

Consider your learning from today's lesson

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Q1.Which types of health can be affected by sex? Tick all that apply.

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Q2.There will definitely be no impact if someone has a poor first sexual experience.

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Q3.A wanted pregnancy is a potential positive of sexual relationships.

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Q4.A potential negative of having sex might be feelings of...

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Q5.Waiting until you are ready to have sex with someone, and having a healthy discussion about it first, is the most likely way to have good sexual health.

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Sex and health

Consider your learning from today's lesson

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Which types of health can be affected by sex? Tick all that apply.

1/5

Q2.There will definitely be no impact if someone has a poor first sexual experience.

2/5

Q3.A wanted pregnancy is a potential positive of sexual relationships.

3/5

Q4.A potential negative of having sex might be feelings of...

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Q5.Waiting until you are ready to have sex with someone, and having a healthy discussion about it first, is the most likely way to have good sexual health.

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Lesson summary: Sex and health

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