For curriculum support from the Health Unit, please complete our on-line forms:

The Health Unit is here to provide teachers with reliable and trusted information to support your teaching activities, for all grades.

Curriculum Links by Health Topic

Bullying Prevention

  • Prevnet – Tip sheets and resources for teachers

Dental Health

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Queer

  • Egale Canada Human Rights Trust – National Lesbian, Gay, Bixsexual, Transgender, Questioning, Queer organization advancing equality, diversity, education and justice
  • Pflag Canada – Information and support on issues of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression

Mental Health


  • Bright Bites – At this site, access tools and resources to earn Bright Bites badges and shift your school towards a healthy school nutrition environment
  • Sip Smart!™ Ontario Teacher Resource Guide – This interactive classroom-based program aims to provide grades 3 to 7 school children in Ontario with the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy drink choices, and raise awareness of the negative health effects associated with the consumption of sugary drinks. The lessons reflect prescribed learning outcomes for the Health and Physical Education curriculum for grades 3 to 7 and fit well into the Foundations for a Healthy School model from the Ontario Ministry of Education.
  • Health Canada – Includes a variety of resources for educators
  • Nutrition Resource Centre – A free on-line tool that provides links to resources on healthy eating and nutrition
  • Unlock Food – This free service is staffed by registered dietitians and offers information on food and nutrition, healthy eating tips, meal planning and recipes
  • Dietitians of Canada – Provides fact sheets and other resources on a wide variety of food and nutrition topics

Physical Activity


Always Changing – School-based puberty education and healthy, active living program for students in grades 5 through 8


  • Healthy Relationships Menu of Services – Created by Perth’s Stop Violence Against Women Coordinating Committee. Provides local youth-oriented dating abuse programs, education, and supports for school personnel. For a copy, call Health Line at 519-271-7600 or toll-free at 1-877-271-7348 extension 267.

Reproductive Health

These Best Start booklets for adults and teens will guide them through six topic areas, providing them with facts and referrals, and the opportunity to respond to a series of questions that will help them to make healthy decisions, set goals and plan for their future. Topics include: physical health, mental health, reproductive health, relationships, family health history and their future.

Adult – My Life My Plan:

Teen – My Life My Plan:

Sexual Health

Sun Safety