Sex Ed in Catholic Secondaries?

(5 Posts)
webwiz Wed 30-Jan-13 13:21:40

My DCs school have a policy document on "Education for Personal Relationships" on their website which outlines what is taught. We are always sent letters and invited to view materials before things are covered in school.

If you are unsure what will be covered PureQuintessence you could always ask the school.

TopsyRK Wed 30-Jan-13 13:12:47

I only pick up the boys in Yr 12 at the Girls sixth form, but it all comes down to what the school wants. And the boys school says no even though the church has cleared it.

Why so basic for the boys?

I have two sons in an RC primary, the oldest is in Y6, btw.

TopsyRK Wed 30-Jan-13 12:58:20

This differs from School to School, in the local boys RC school they cover the very limited basics, however in the girls RC school they cover everything including contraception, termination and sexuality.
I know this as I was one of the team who worked with the church to set up one of the best sex ed programs in the area.

Chris

Anyone knows?

What about in the single sex ones?

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