What Young People Are Telling Us About SRE

This survey by the Sex Education Forum of over 2,000 11-25 year-olds, showed that across a range of topics that could protect children and young adults from harm, such as knowing where to turn to for help if they experience sexual abuse, or information about female genital mutilation (FGM) or sexual consent, many young people are left in the dark by gaps in their sex and relationships education (SRE). As a result, campaigners at the Forum are calling for mandatory status for sex and relationships education in all schools to prevent their safety being undermined by dramatic variations in what is taught. Leadership Briefings 10.06(114)

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