Parental concerns

24th November 1995 at 00:00
Pupils in five secondary schools in the north west will be taught about the realities of parenthood and how to become good parents in a joint project organised by the Gulbenkian Foundation and The Children's Society. Over the school year students will attend single lessons and six-week courses in PSE, take part in assemblies, create displays and give presentations on their views about becoming parents. The subject will be covered within curriculum subjects. Details: The Children's Society, Edward Rudolf House, Margery Street, London WC1X OJL.

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