The Sex Education Forum is the national authority on sex and relationships education (SRE)
Jane Lees - A few months ago I deposited my Biology Method Course Notes in the archive at King’s College, London. I trained as a teacher there in the era of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives and Nuffield Science, and my tutor was Dorothy Dallas (or D.D. as she always signed off).
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Technology, pornography and SRE practice is the theme for our summer members event on 27 June. Our members will hear from Sue Berelowitz, Deputy Children's Commissioner and will test out resources for teaching about pornography in SRE. See the full programme details and join now to attend this exclusive event.
We are pleased to announce a new Comic Relief funded sex education programme that will target children at risk of sexual exploitation, to be developed by the Sex Education Forum and the National Children's Bureau. Read our media release and contribute to our call for evidence.
86% of UK adults believe sex and relationships education should be compulsory in schools according to new poll data from the EVAW Coalition published 23 May 2013. This public support mirrors the 88% of parents in support of mandatory SRE in a recent NAHT poll and coincides with Ofsted's concerns about the gaps in teaching about puberty and relationships. Read the Sex Education Forum's response.