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Junior Activity Week 

Puberty is a time when girls and boys bodies go through a heap of changes to prepare for adulthood. You've probably noticed a lot of changes recently. Your body might be changing on the outside and you may be feeling different things, both emotionally and physically, on the inside. Puberty is not a choice it will affect us all in unique and different ways and at different times. The important thing to remember is that everyone will go through puberty at some stage. The more you know about puberty and these changes, the more comfortable and confident you will be, now and in the years ahead.

Puberty Learning Objectives
By the end of the term you will be able to:

-        identify parts of the body that change at puberty

-       identify emotional changes at puberty

-       understand what Body Image is, and how it affects individuals differently

-       identify the characteristics important to a friendship and compare these to relationships

-       classify four methods of pressure

-                     -       identify a number of safe contraception choices