Monthly Archives: May 2013

Sex Education and Faith Communities in the UK: Challenges and Opportunities

Panel Discussion Thursday – 18 July 2013 – 5pm – 7pm Donald McIntyre Building, University of Cambridge, Faculty of Education 30 May 2013 – Should sex education in schools be as open as possible and or is it best left to … Continue reading

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The Wrong Trousers: Has a Bristol school got its sex education priorities on backwards?

A Bristol secondary school recently sent a letter to parents of female students regarding school uniform. The letter explains that in the last few months “an increasing number of parents” have been purchasing “tight fitting leggings/trousers or jeans” for their … Continue reading

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