Wakefield public meeting to hear about dangers of explicit sex education in primary schools
30 September 2011
Wakefield public meeting to hear about dangers of explicit sex education in primary schools 30 September 2011: A public meeting will be held next Tuesday (4 October) evening in Wakefield to hear parents' worries about explicit sex education programmes in primary schools.
Antonia Tully (pictured), coordinator of Safe at School, a nationwide campaign for parents concerned about explicit sex education, will be speaking in Wakefield to explain how graphic sex education is priming young children for teenage sex.
Mrs Tully, a mother of five school-aged children, will be showing video clips from classroom teaching resources, aimed at seven year olds, which show sexual intercourse.
The meeting has been organised by the local branch of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC). All parents are urged to attend to find out how to uphold their rights to protect their children from sexualisation in the classroom.
The meeting will be held at Outwood Memorial Hall, Victoria Street, Outwood, Wakefield WF1 2NN starting at 7.30pm, Tuesday 4 October 2011.
Safe at School is a national campaign run by the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) http://www.spuc.org.uk/campaigns/safeatschool/ For more information, please contact Antonia Tully on (020) 8407 3643 or firstname.lastname@example.org