Kidbiz Personal & Social Development Education | Middle School Years

Workshops offered by Kidz Biz Education

Kidz Biz Education develops and delivers a number of fun and exciting personal and social development educational classroom workshops for both primary and secondary students ranging from Years 3 to 7 (ages 8-13).

Our very popular Family Evening workshops are also on offer to students from Foundation to Year 6 and their families.

Designed to educate, prevent and promote personal and social development health and well-being among young people, they provide the positive stimulus to develop the skills and knowledge and to explore values and attitudes so that students can address the myriad of issues that confronts them daily.

The highly informative content within these workshops is current, accurate, relevant and impartial, and is mapped to the Australian Curriculum: Health & Physical Education.

The workshops have been designed to cover current and emerging trends and can be custom-tailored to the requirements of schools.

Please contact us regarding the workshop fees which are not on the website. For outer metropolitan and country schools, additional fees will apply to cover travel/ accommodation costs.

Family Evening Sessions

Session 1: years 2-4 (ages 5-9)

Session 2: years 5-6 (ages 10-12) and their parents/caregivers

'Where Did We Come From' and 'What's Happening To Me' are sessions conducted in the evening where primary aged children bring along their families to learn about the human body and the amazing things it can do. Traditionally known as the 'Birds & the Bees', these sessions have been designed to be fun, informative and easy to understand. They are highly interactive that provide students and their parents/care givers with an introduction to basic personal growth and social development education.

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Busy Bodies Part 1 & Part 2

2 or 3 workshop sessions for years 3-5 (ages 8-10)

A program tailored to suit middle primary year children as they begin to wonder 'Who are we?' and 'Why do we have to change?' These sessions are designed to be fun and interactive, to extinguish any of the myths associated with where babies come from, and help students identify and develop skills they will need as they begin to head into the puberty years.

Part 1
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Part 2
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Guess What! You're Growing Up!

3 or 4 workshop sessions for year 6 (ages 11-12).

These workshops help upper primary students understand how the reproductive system works and how amazingly it adapts to change.

The sessions helps equip students making the transition from junior school to secondary school with a survival kit of skills: coping with physical and emotional body changes during puberty, making successful new friendships, surviving family conflicts, managing stress and pressures.

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Supplementary Workshops

Respectful relationships, overexposed & under prepared

A session looking at what it means to have consenting, healthy and respectful relationships.

Current research is showing that children who view inappropriate online (including violent and/or pornographic) material are at risk of harm to their psychological development and mental health at a critical time in their development. The younger the age of first exposure, the more profound these effects can be in shaping who a child becomes as an adult.

Sex offences by school-aged children have quadrupled in Australia in only four years.

Internet Safety, Social Media and Sexting

This session helps students identify and develop skills that are required for their online safety. It relates to the importance of maintaining respectful relationships and practising consent when using social media. It also looks at what 'sexting' is and helps students understand the legal consequences of this practice.

Friendships, Conflict and Stress

A session that equips students with a survival kit of skills required to build /make successful, healthy, friendships/relationships, as well as strategies for resilience, coping with stress and conflict.

Mission Australia (2021) surveyed 30,000 young people between the ages of 11 and 24 years.

Two of the highest ranked issues that worried them were family conflict and coping with stress.


"Great session. I learned a lot about things I wasn't aware of."

Parent, Calvary Lutheran School (Over exposed & Under Prepared parent only workshop)