The aim of this guide is to support the education system in implementing a process for sex education that is consistent with the policy framework. In fact, many schools, although they are convinced of the need to establish such a process, are still searching for concrete means to put it into practice. It was to meet this need that this tool was created.

Developed especially for schools, it concerns all those involved in sex education in the education system, i.e. administrators, teachers, professionals, support staff, members of governing boards and other educators, including parents (who are the persons primarily responsible for their children’s education), the partners in the health and social services network, as well as resources in the community.