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"Protecting children from harm is a shared responsibility. We can all play a role in the care, safety and protection of children."
- Kayelene Kerr

In the eSafeKids Members' Community you'll find content to watch, read, download and listen to. 

What to do if your child is exposed to illegal, offensive, hurtful or harmful content.
 
Puberty Resources
 
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A Guy's Guide To Puberty and A Girl's Guide To Puberty 

With the help of comics, real-life stories and inspiring quotes, these books are fun, engaging and purpose built for children aged 8 – 12 years.  

eSafeKids founder Kayelene Kerr was thrilled to review the child safety content in these books. 

A Tween’s Guide to Puberty: An online program for tweens and their trusted adults

An online program offering an age-appropriate, yet comprehensive introduction to puberty that emphasises wellbeing, positive body image and respectful relationships. Over the course of 13 videos (and accompanying discussion questions) your tween will hear about topics like body parts, body changes, feelings about puberty, looking after a growing body, who to talk to about puberty, brain changes, managing moods, how to ask tricky questions, body safety and the opposite sex. Designed for

8 – 12 year olds.

 
 
eSafeKids Video Resources
 
eSafeKids Book Reading: Let's Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect
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eSafeKids Book Reading: Let's Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect

Teaching young children about body boundaries, both theirs and others, is crucial to a child’s growing sense of self, their confidence and how they should expect to be treated by others. A child growing up knowing they have a right to their own personal space, gives that child ownership and choices as to what happens to them and to their body. It is equally important a child understands, from a very young age, they need to respect another person’s body boundary and ask for their consent when entering their personal space. This book explores these concepts with children in a child-friendly and easily-understood manner, providing familiar scenarios for children to engage with and discuss. Also included are in-depth Discussion Questions for parents, caregivers and educators to further enhance the learning and to initiate important conversations around body boundaries, consent and respect. For children aged 4 to 10 years. Shop: https://www.esafekids.com.au/product-page/lets-talk-body-boundaries-consent *** eSafeKids provides books and resources to teach children about social and emotional intelligence, respectful relationships, diversity, resilience, empathy, gender equality, consent, body safety, protective behaviours, cyber safety, digital wellness, media literacy, puberty, pornography and family domestic violence. ​ eSafeKids books can support educators teaching protective behaviours and child abuse prevention education that aligns with the Western Australian Curriculum, Australian Curriculum, Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Framework: National Quality Standards (NQS). Visit: www.esafekids.com.au
eSafeKids Book Reading: No Difference Between Us
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eSafeKids Book Reading: No Difference Between Us

Jess and Ben are twins. Jess is a girl and Ben is a boy but in all the BIG ways, there is NO difference between them! A book to empower children and teach them from the earliest of years about gender equality, respectful relationships, feelings, choice, self-esteem, empathy, tolerance, and acceptance. Explore with the children in your care the important issues of gender equality and respectful relationships. Combining cheerful illustrations and a simple but effective narrative, this book will help children to understand that, fundamentally, there is no difference between us. This book encourages equality and respect for each other from the earliest of years. In order to reduce gender-based violence we need to teach gender equality and respectful relationships to young children. What better way than through a picture storybook? Children are visual learners and the match between illustration and text in this story will assist them to understand that we are all human -- everyone feels, and everyone has hopes and dreams. Our gender should be and needs to be irrelevant. Throughout the text, open-ended questions are provided on each spread so children have the opportunity to talk about their own experiences -- allowing the child to have a voice. There are more in-depth Discussion Questions on pages 30 and 31 encouraging the reader and the child to think about each scenario, and engage with the message. Suitable for children 3 to 9 years of age. Shop: https://www.esafekids.com.au/shop *** eSafeKids provides books and resources to teach children about social and emotional intelligence, respectful relationships, diversity, resilience, empathy, gender equality, consent, body safety, protective behaviours, cyber safety, digital wellness, media literacy, puberty, pornography and family domestic violence. ​ eSafeKids books can support educators teaching protective behaviours and child abuse prevention education that aligns with the Western Australian Curriculum, Australian Curriculum, Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Framework: National Quality Standards (NQS). Visit: www.esafekids.com.au
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Resource: In The Picture provides guidelines, suggested strategies and a wide range of practical resources from which schools can create a whole school approach to explicit sexual imagery that is tailored to suit their unique community and context. 

Purchase: In The Picture from the eSafeKids online shop. 

"As a teaching resource, In The Picture is quite simply without peer in its attention to detail and generosity; as a 21st century curriculum document, it is unsurpassed in educational quality or academic integrity, but as a socially responsive account of our times, it deserves compulsory implementation in schools across the country."


- Natalie Charles, Director of Staff Development, Melbourne Grammar School -

 
 
 
 
Video Resources