Adi Bloom

The campaign to keep the faith in sex education

Advocates want a holistic curriculum and an inclusive approach for all religions

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An exercise: rank the various different elements involved in keeping children safe and ensuring that they are well-prepared for adulthood.

Is establishing good friendships more important than knowing how to avoid sexually transmitted infections? Is it more or less important to be media-literate than to know the names for your own body parts?

This is the situation that teachers and sex-education campaigners find themselves in. And they fear that the result will be a watered-down sex-education curriculum.

The government has issued a call for evidence on relationships and sex education (RSE) ...

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