Wednesday, 5 October 2011
Please respond to government sex ed consultation
The government have said that they are not going to make classroom SRE compulsory within the scope of this consultation. However, they do regard classroom SRE as a benefit. Therefore we need to express our objections to the kind of SRE that is widespread in schools today, and refer to evidence that it doesn’t have the beneficial impact that politicians often claim. Please read SPUC's briefing which includes all you need to know to make a submission. The deadline is 30 November. Please do act on this.
Please also read our latest campaign bulletin on sex education with other action points.
You may recently have signed or collected signatures for SPUC's national petition against explicit sex education lessons. I’m very grateful to all who have done this. Please do return any outstanding forms to SPUC HQ by 16 October, so we can present them to the Secretary of State.
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