Sexual Health (young people) - Sex education at school
Alex R. Mellanby, Fran A. Phelps, Nicola J. Crichton, John H. This study outlines a method used to evaluate sex education. Results from a questionnaire are presented from Year 11 students in 25 schools from non-metropolitan Britain.
One young man we talked to did voluntary work with young people and realised how important it was for all children to learn about sex at school when he started to do voluntary work. Unfortunately sex education at school seems to be a bit of a 'lottery' in terms of how good it is. People we spoke to recalled teachers delivering toe-curlingly embarrassing talks, often separating boys and girls so they didn't learn about each other's sexual development.
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