The overwhelming majority of parents want important aspects of sex and relationships education (SRE) to be taught in primary schools, according to a new survey of 1000 parents published 19 November 2014 by the Sex Education Forum.
A letter from four education unions published in the Times (30 October 2014) calls for all political parites to commit to making sex and relationships education statutory as part of an entitlement to PSHE education. See campaign updates for details.
Our new guidance (published September 2014) provides step-by-step information about creating and updating a school SRE policy including how to involve parents, staff and pupils in the process. Read our press statement and sign up for your free copy.