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Safe at School campaign to address Hounslow parents concerned about sex education in primary schools

28 September 2013

Parents want to know how to protect their children from explicit sex education

Worried parents in Hounslow have invited Antonia Tully of SPUC's Safe at School campaign to talk to them about their rights as parents and how they can protect their children from explicit sex education.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday 1 October, 7-9 pm at Wellington Day Centre, Staines Road, Hounslow, TW4 5BA.

Mrs Tully said: "I will be telling parents in Hounslow that they are the experts in their children's lives. Only a parent knows when a child is ready to hear about the intimate details of human sexuality. This should be done in the privacy of the child's home, not publicly in the classroom.

"I will be showing parents how explicit sex education materials sexualise their children." [SPUC, 27 September]

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