Students, Sex and the Internet

A Digital Discussion for New Zealand School Leaders
Presented by Linewize & the NZPF
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Linewize & the NZPF Present:

Students, Sex and the Internet

A panel discussion on pornography and the impact on students
Our panel of experts and principals discuss the impact of the internet on Kiwi students and their attitudes, behaviours and beliefs towards sex & relationships. This digital roundtable aims to highlight the issues staff & students presently face and to provide practical & actionable guidance for school communities.

Our Panellists

Jo Robertson - Sex & Relationship Therapist
and Research & Training Lead for The Light Project
Perry Rush - NZPF President & Principal, Hastings Intermediate
Stephen Kendall-Jones - Principal, Albany Junior High School
Pauline Spence - Community Success Specialist, Linewize

Actions you can take from this session:

  1. Check out the resources for schools from The Light Project here.
  2. Direct any students that have questions or concerns about porn, nudes or online sexual experiences to the resources at
  3. Undertake staff training and whānau education evenings. Get in touch with The Light Project here.
  4. Book a free consultation with one of our experts to understand how Linewize can help positively guide your students online and support wellbeing.

Information & Resources

The Light Project

The Light Project aims to help youth, their whānau, schools and wider communities to positively navigate the new porn landscape in Aotearoa. 

Adult focussed site  -

Youth focussed site -


Helping students exposed to upsetting content

Keep it Real Online

Parents And Caregivers
Young People

Research Studies & Statistics

NZ Classification Office

Growing up with Porn (2020)
Breaking Down Porn (2019)
NZ Youth and Porn (2018)

The Light Project

Porn and Young People – What Do We Know? (2018)



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