World at our feet

9th February 2007 at 00:00
PSHE becomes personal, social, health and economic education, and pupils will be taught about money and careers alongside sex and drugs.

Climate change will be making its debut in geography lessons. And pupils will be taught how to prepare healthy meals in food technology, since the education secretary, Alan Johnson, called it "a vital part of tackling obesity".

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