Primary school programs

Interrelate has the acknowledgement of government, education and health authorities to provide relationship education in schools.

We have been teaching sexuality and relationship education to young people and their parents for over 90 years and have a reputation for non-discriminatory and open teaching on sensitive issues including sexuality, gender identity, bullying awareness and respectful relationships.

Our highly trained and skilled educators deliver a range of programs that assist more than 90,000 children and parents each year to communicate with each other about fundamental emotional and social development issues.

High-school programs

Our suite of programs for high schools cover areas of teenage life that are related to sexuality and relationships. Our programs focus on the whole person, including biology, identity, gender resilience and expression of self.
Our objective is to ensure young people know the range of possible consequences of relationships and assist in help-seeking behaviour. Research shows that if young people are given accurate and reliable information, they are more able to make good choices. Our high school programs help young people to understand that relationships should be consensual, respectful, equal and satisfying for all.

How our programs are funded

We don't receive funding for our School Services programs. Instead, we rely on the collection of fees and donations to develop and maintain the delivery of these products. Your contribution would be greatly appreciated. Donate now.

To book or register your interest

We are currently taking expressions of interest for our high school programs. Please contact us on email to register your details.

To book or register your interest for any of our programs, please contact Interrelate School Services on
1300 473 528 or email.


Primary-school Program

High-school Program