Delivery of Sexuality Education

As you will now be aware the MoE have changed the requirements around the delivery of Sexuality Education in schools. Now all schools are to deliver a Sexuality Education programme, where as in the past schools have been able opt out if that was the desire of the parents.

So, for some of us the question is how much do we have to deliver and how are other Christian schools tackling this issue?

Please comment as to your school's delivery or better still, click on the [Documents] link in the main menu and provide a copy ;)

Shaun

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