Our Tricky Talks programs are conducted for primary schools either face-to-face or Online for both students and families to attend together. We also schedule community Tricky Talks programs throughout the year for students and families to attend when schools are unable to schedule. Our program provides the opportunity to facilitate communication between parents and their children.

Sessions: 2 x 60-minute sessions (Session 1 and Session 2) with a 15-minute break in between.

Session 1: Where Did I Come From?

Audience: Year 3 and 4 students and their parents/carers

Program focus: 
• Discuss the male and female reproductive systems, foetal development and the birth process
• ​Personal safety and protective behaviours

Session 2: Preparing For Puberty 

Audience: Year 5 and 6 students and their parents/carers

Program focus: 
• Discuss the physical changes of puberty, emphasising that it can be different for everyone
• Develop students’ understanding of periods and sperm production, as well as the physical, emotional, social and intellectual changes associated with puberty for both boys and girls
• Enhance awareness of children’s personal safety and protective behaviours

Note: Younger students are welcome to attend at the discretion of their parents/carers.


  Make an enquiry:
Call 1300 473 528 or send us an enquiry by email

Feedback from participants

“I’m now 22 years old, and while I’m sure many things about your program have probably changed, I just wanted to send some feedback about how grateful I am. Being 12, sex ed was always embarrassing, of course no child wants to speak about such things, but Interrelate really gave me that initial knowledge needed before going into puberty and all the things that come along with it. So thank you, and I hope Interrelate continues to teach younger generations for many years to come!”

Emily Hinks, former student at Niagara Park Public School
“I just want to say a big thank you for your excellent presentations last night.
The school has received numerous responses from parents who attended and all have been highly appreciative of the presentation. One of the parents was a GP who was particularly high in praise of you and the content. Well done!”

Rangeview Primary School, Victoria