Involve parents and carers in sex education

Martinez, Anna
December 2009
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;12/3/2009, p31
In this article the author discusses the involvement of parents in providing sex education to children in Great Britain. The author explains that the government has supported the initiative to offer children and young people with sex and relationships education (SRE). She recommends that a collaborative approach should ensure that children and young people receive accurate and consistent messages on SRE.


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