Our interactive program takes the guesswork out of what to say when teaching puberty and well-being with young people.
We offer straightforward, informative and relaxed classes, giving them reassuringly practical and positive information on:
We work with you
Our point of difference to the usual drop-in sexuality educator is our commitment to working with you, the staff and familieswho know your students and your school.
Each program delivery is adapted to student and school needs, while still consistently delivering learning outcomes required by the Victorian curriculum.
A Secondary trained (English, Film), teacher who works in Victorian Primary and Secondary Schools, Robin sees the need for expansive education and open dialogue with students, particularly in the areas of puberty and well-being.
Robin had a serendipitous first experience of teaching puberty and well-being, after being thrown into the deep end of the first class of a unit on “sex ed” when (while completing a university placement), his supervising teacher was mysteriously absent...
Robin enjoyed it so much, he instructed the remainder of the unit. Fast-forward eight years (and countless hours of study later), and puberty and wellbeing is now his focus.
With a passion for making
learning meaningful and fun, Robin likes to incorporate his background in the dramatic arts into his teaching practice.
Also an actor and poet, Robin spends his spare time learning and travelling.
Bachelor of Education (QUT), Working with Children Check
Janoel has worked in TAFE, university and community organisations as a facilitator, trainer and event organiser for over 20 years. She came to puberty and well-being education through her workshops and retreats for young girls and parents, holding a safe and engaging space for individuals and groups honouring significant life stages.
As well as holding Celebration Day for Girls and Fathers Celebrating Daughters Workshops, Janoel is also responsible for an annual Mother and Daughter Coming of Age retreat run in Bali each year during the July school holidays.
Janoel is passionate about creating meaningful programs for young people to deepen their connection to themselves, their community and their environment, becoming vibrant young men and women in the process!
She is on the journey of raising a son and daughter with her partner of 20 years in Melbourne’s north. A foodie, reader and storyteller, she makes time for daily walks with the dog and weekly yoga and dance.
Bachelor of Arts (Monash), Graduate Certificate in Training Management, Advanced Diploma in Hospitality, Certificate IV TAE in Training and Assessment, Steiner Teacher Training, Working with Children Check.