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Young people need support as they grow up

It’s always been important for young people to have access to accurate and age-appropriate information, but never more so than now. The internet, social media, popular culture and the saturation of sexualised material in everyday life means that young people need reliable, trustworthy information that’s delivered in a relaxed and non-judgemental way. We know that there can be a big difference in how families may think about and talk about some of these topics but we also know that no matter a child or teenager’s background, all young people need health and safety education that will help support them as they grow and develop.

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I’ve enjoyed sex ed and learnt so many new things. I thought it might be embarrassing
and scary but you make it really interesting and fun.

Year 5 Student