MEP: It is not the role of the state to sexualise our children at school

Feb 21, 2015 by

by Paul Nuttall MEP, Breitbart: This week, the Commons Education Select Committee recommended that sex and relationship education (SRE) should be taught in all primary schools, a suggestion following an Ofsted report which found that more than a third of schools were failing to provide ‘age appropriate’ SRE. I, for one, am absolutely horrified at the prospect that our primary school children could be bombarded with obscene imagery at such a young age as part of their so called ‘education’....

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Parents must be at the centre of sex education, says Safe at School

Feb 17, 2015 by

By John Smeaton, SPUC: SPUC‘s Safe at Schoolcampaign has said that parents must be at the centre of sex education, in response to the report from the House of Commons Education Committee on PSHE and SRE in schools. Antonia Tully of Safe at School told the media this morning: “Parents constantly find themselves having to battle with schools in order to protect their children from inappropriate sex education. The recommendation from the Education Committee that parents can continue...

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Sex education should be mandatory in all schools, MPs demand

Feb 17, 2015 by

by Sally Weale, Guardian: Sex education should be compulsory in all primary and secondary schools, with sufficient curriculum time devoted to the subject and specialist training for teachers, MPs have urged. In a hard-hitting report published on Tuesday, the Commons education select committee comes down firmly on the side of campaigners who have long fought for sex and relationships education (SRE) to be made mandatory. It urges the Department for Education to come up with a strategy to...

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As sex education becomes ever more explicit, pornography is not far away

Feb 13, 2015 by

by Mark Ellse, The Conservative Woman: As it proudly says on its website, ‘The Telegraph is campaigning for better sex education in secondary schools. We are calling for David Cameron to convene a group of experts to update the sex and relationships teaching material to reflect the digital era we live in.’ The Times Educational Supplement toes a similar line. The headline is, ‘Porn fills the gaps left by sex education, say young people.’ When we dig into the detail, we...

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Don’t fall for the sex education myth

Feb 8, 2015 by

by Peter Hitchens, Mailonline: People still mistakenly think that there is an important difference between the Tory and Labour parties over sex propaganda in schools. On the contrary, both parties are entirely wedded to the radical sex-liberation policies of the 1960s, now the iron-bound law of the land, which it is dangerous to question, let alone disobey. Mr Cameron, when he was still Leader of the Opposition in April 2010, had this exchange with Jeremy Paxman on Newsnight: Paxman: ‘You’re...

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Labour announces plans to make LGBT-inclusive sex education compulsory

Feb 3, 2015 by

Joseph Patrick McCormick, Pink News: The Labour Party has today announced that it will make Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) compulsory in all state schools, and that it plans to crack down on homophobic bullying. The announcement was made by Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt today at Little Ilford School in London. The plan, as well as making age-appropriate SRE more LGBT inclusive, and compulsory in all state-funded schools, including academies, free schools and voluntary aided...

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