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Sex Education in primary school of UK... a concern for parents...

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Dr.Zaka

Children as young as five are being exposed to "shocking" sex education materials in primary schools, according to research. (ref: the telegraph)
A report published on Wednesday claims that schools across England are using books that cover subjects such as orgasms and foreplay.
The study, found a range of local councils recommended titles for use in primary sex education lessons that contained highly explicit references.
One book for children aged just five contains cartoon images of a couple having sex and another compares sex to skipping.
Another text for older pupils in primary schools and the first few years of secondary education features a card game in which pupils learn terms such as “axxl intercourse” and “oxxl sex”.
According to the research, parents were being kept in the dark about the content of resources used in sex education lessons.
The institute suggested a current Government review of the curriculum should give parents the legal right to veto the most "shocking sex education materials". Families already have the power to remove children from sex education altogether.
Sex education is currently not compulsory for pupils aged five to 11, although all primary schools must have a policy on the subject. In most cases, schools choose to teach it as part of non-statutory personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) classes.
The latest study, "Too Much, Too Young", investigated the content of sex education books recommended by local councils for teaching in primary schools in their area.
According to the study, one text – “How Did I Begin” – is recommended for children aged five onwards in areas such as Devon and Wiltshire and features a cartoon sketch of a mother and father having sex, with the line: “As they cuddled, your dad’s pxxxs moved slowly inside your mum’s vxxxxa and the sperms flowed out.”
Another book – “Where Did I Come From?” – is recommended for pupils aged seven upwards. It tells pupils slang words for breasts and the joys of tickling boys’ and girls’ private parts, adding: “Making love is like skipping. You can do it all day long.”
A “Sex and Relationships Education” computer programme produced by BBC Active is recommended for use in primary schools in areas such as East Sussex, Worcestershire, Cornwall and Sheffield. It features a computer-generated image of an erect pxxxs.
A book for boys – “What’s Happening to Me” – is recommended for pupils aged seven-plus in one area, and older children in other authorities. A section headed “The Messy Truth” instructs pupils about foreplay and masturbation, including the line: “Boys can make themselves ejaculate by rubbing their pxxxs up and down.”
An education pack employed by a series of councils asks older primary pupils to match a series of sex education terms and definitions. This includes words such as “axxl intercourse”, “bixxxual”, “oxxl sex”, “prostitute” and “orgasm”.
Another book – “Let’s Talk About Sex” – is recommended for pupils 10 and over in some areas. According to the research, it features a chapter on homosexuality, with the line: “As children are growing up, boys become curious about other boys and girls become curious about other girls. They may look and even touch each other’s bodies. This is a normal kind of exploring.”
The reason for this post is to warn the parents living in UK about this serious issue. They have to keep a close eye on what is taught to their kids. They must be aware that they have full right to veto any material that they consider inappropriate for their kids. 

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  1. It's very nice article to read. I really enjoy it. Thanks for post.

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