My ds had a sex education session last month. As a family we have nothing against it. However a child asked if sex hurts and the teacher went into a long explanation about whether the vagina is moist or not!!! In your opinions is this ok? Is it common practice? The agreement was that they would ask the children to discuss any questions they have with their parents.
yes, that's OK a child is quite likely to wonder if it hurts, it's a reasonable question, and the answer involves explaining that an aroused vagina is moist, I'm not sure why you have a problem with it ? Mind you am slightly surprised the teacher was able to give such a straightforward answer as ime Y6 teachers prone to blush when saying 'vagina' and prefer to hand the job over to school nursed
Sensible question. Fairly sensible answer. I think it's difficult at this age though as some children are more capable of hearing and dealing with more complex answers than others. I would probably just make sure that I have covered the same answer agai at home in a way that makes sense for my child. The fact that you KNOW this was asked and answered is a good sign - yes? It means they are happy to report to you and ask more.
I think though, if I were a teacher, my answer would be more along the lines of "No, it should't hurt if everything's OK" and leave it to the individual.
Oh I see you are worried about the private tuition you are offering and of course..........i am sure you kow what i am talking about. I won't carry on with this conversation as you might start talking about "....crap..." as you did in other posts.
Oh I see you are worried about the private tuition you are offering
You mean private swimming lessons? I'm not at all worried about those, no. I think we can all see that the real reason you're not carrying on with the "conversation" is that you've not made a a single valid point since the start.