What every parent should know about these sinister sex lessons

Jan 20, 2020 by

by Will Jones, The Conservative Woman: WITH the Government’s new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) regulations now in force in England and Wales, making Relationships Education (recommended by government to include teaching on LGBT) compulsory in all primary and secondary schools from September, many schools have wasted no time in introducing the lessons ahead of schedule, to the consternation of parents.  The statutory guidance leaves schools free, within the regulations, to adopt their...

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New Relationships Education planner for primary schools

Jan 10, 2020 by

from Christian Concern: The government’s new Relationships and Sex Education guidelines are set to be introduced into schools in September this year. Yet what schools are already teaching is doing untold harm to children. That’s why we’ve created this helpful new resource, to helps schools, teachers and parents to plan Relationships Education lessons in primary schools that follows the guidance while remaining faithful to a Christian principles. Our Relationships Education planning resource is...

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Facts and morals to be separated in relationships, sex, and health education

Dec 13, 2019 by

by Hattie Williams, Church Times Church schools are given new guidelines on latest state requirements. C OF E schools should “clearly differentiate between facts and morals” when carrying out the latest state requirements for relationships, sex, and health education (RSHE) in the UK, a new charter states. The charter was released last month by the C of E’s education office in response to new legislation from the Government which states that, from September 2020, all primary schools will be...

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Dec 8, 2019 by

from Voice for Justice UK: Last week, after publication of our open letter, the Church of England issued its new Charter for schools delivering Relationships, Sex and Health Education. The following is our response. For the nation’s young, Relationships and Sex Education teaching in this country has been an unmitigated disaster. FACTS: Epidemic level STDs amongst teenagers, with the highest rate of infections across the board amongst the 15-24 age group;  The highest teenage pregnancy rate in...

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C of E urges its 4,500 primaries to teach sex education

Dec 7, 2019 by

by John Roberts, tes: Church goes further than DfE by recommending that ‘age-appropriate’ sex education should begin in primary schools. Sex education should start at primary age, the Church of England has said in a new charter that it is calling on its 4,500 primary schools to follow. The Church’s chief education officer, Nigel Genders, told Tes that it had deliberately gone further than the government, which says that compulsory sex education should start at secondary...

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C4M’s analysis of manifestos: LGBT education

Dec 6, 2019 by

from Coalition for Marriage: This is our latest email highlighting manifesto promises around marriage. Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party have committed to mandatory LGBT-inclusive lessons. The Conservative Government introduced Relationships Education, which all schools will be required to teach from September 2020. There is no right of withdrawal from Relationships Education at any stage (in secondary schools it is part of Relationships and Sex Education). Good things can be...

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