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Sarah has a friendly yet professional manner with students, leading discussions in a nurturing way and allowing the youngsters to tackle these sensitive matters without embarrassment.

PSHCE Teacher, Teddington School

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More Information

“Young people who have good sex and relationship education at home and at school, start sex later and are less likely to have an unplanned pregnancy or to get a sexually transmitted infection.”
www.education.gov.uk

What do young people and their parents want from RSE?

Research by BRMB on behalf of the Department of Health. December 2000

What young people say:

  • They want to learn about sex and relationships from their parents / carers.
  • They want more than just the biological facts. They want to talk about feelings and morals.
  • They want adults to answer their questions.
  • Just over half found it easy to talk to a parent about sex.*

What parents say:

  • They have anxieties about sex and relationships and their children.
  • 84% say there would be fewer teenage pregnancies if more parents talked to their children about sex.*
  • 87% feel too many teenagers are pressurised into having sex.*
  • Many find TV programmes or a book a helpful way to raise the subject.*
  • One in three mums and two in three dads have not told their children ‘a lot or anything’ about sex and relationships.*

Safeguarding

Click here for our safeguarding policy

Other important links

www.fpa.org.uk
www.nhs.uk/Livewell
Embarrassing Teenage Bodies - Channel 4
www.careconfidential.com
www.talktofrank.com
www.rapecrisis.org.uk

Information for parents about SRE/RSE

Youth Parliament Survey Results