Explicit sex ed agenda challenged by pro-family campaign Safe at School
23 July 2013
In a letter published in the Telegraph newspaper, SPUC's Safe at School campaign has challenged the agenda of groups who want explicit sex education to be imposed upon primary schools under the cover of science lessons.
The letter from Safe at School was written in response to a letter published in the Telegraph on 19 July from the Sex Education Forum, the Mothers' Union and the Royal College of Nursing, among others.
The letter from Safe at School, written by its coordinator Antonia Tully, said: "Most parents are not drawing their children's attention to genital organs and schools shouldn't either." [SPUC, 22 July]
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