Unit Award Scheme


In successfully completing this unit, the Learner will have

Evidence needed

shown knowledge of

1the physical changes that occur to the male and female body during pubertyStudent completed work
2the menstrual cycle and the fertile period within itStudent completed work
3at least two sexual activities, other than full penetration and ejaculation, that can lead to pregnancy, eg withdrawal before ejaculationSummary sheet
4the names and symptoms of at least three sexually transmitted diseases and implications to future life, eg infertilitySummary sheet
5at least two places to go to find treatment for sexually transmitted diseasesSummary sheet
6three different methods of contraception and their effectiveness, eg withdrawal, condoms, morning after pillStudent completed work


7taking part in a group discussion about setting the group's ground rules for dealing with emotionally sensitive issuesSummary sheet
8taking part in a series of group discussions about puberty, sexual relationships and sexually transmitted diseasesSummary sheet
9playing a pregnancy board game to reinforce work learnt through the discussion sessionsSummary sheet
10taking part in a practical activity of correctly applying a condom to a model.Summary sheet

All outcomes recorded on an AQA Summary Sheet

Approved 26 January 2005Level - Entry Level