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2022 - Present
Not yet approved.
Dr Jacqui Hendriks (Curtin University), Dr Roanna Lobo (Curtin University), Dr Daniel Vujcich (Curtin University), Ms Tamara Lipscombe (Curtin University), Mr Mick Pierce (Sexual Health Quarters), Ms Felicia O'Keeffe (Sexual Health Quarters).
Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ) is providing a comprehensive, whole-of-school relationships and sexual health education project at Wesley College with the aim of empowering young people to make informed, safe, responsible, and healthy decisions through the acquisition of knowledge, the development of lifelong skills, and the exploration of values.
Curtin University has been invited to undertake an independent evaluation of SHQ’s project at Wesley College.
The aim of the proposed evaluation is to answer the following questions:
- Did the project result in changes in the knowledge, skills, and confidence of students with regard to respectful relationships and sexual health?
- Did staff and students consider the project to be a valuable investment of time and resources? Why/why not?
- What were the experiences of College and SHQ staff responsible for supporting the project, and were there any factors which supported or impeded the achievement of project’s objectives?
- In which ways could the project be refined to meet project objectives and stakeholder needs?
This research is supported by funding from Sexual Health Quarters.