The Education Select Committee report published 17 February 2015 recommends that PSHE and SRE are made statutory subjects in primary and secondary schools, acknowledging the rights of children and young people to information that keeps them safe and welll. Read the recommedations and get involved in our 'SRE - It's my right' campaign.
New research from NSPCC (11 February 2014) has found that four in ten teenage girls in England experience sexual coercion. The NSPCC is calling for statutory sex and relationships education. See our comment on the story and links to the research and resources.
Young people take the loudspeaker in calling for statutory sex and relationships education (SRE) as NUS survey (29 January 2015) finds that 90% of students want to see a change to legislation to make the subject statutory. More on the survey findings and campaign.