Schools minister backs explicit sex education for children aged 11

Jack Doyle
September 2014
Daily Mail;9/27/2014, p14
EDUCATION Secretary Nicky Morgan has endorsed a controversial sex education resource for schools which includes information about rape, domestic violence, pornography, female genital mutilation and online sex abuse.


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