While the support for the campaign is growing, it is important to listen to those who are still concerned. During the Education Committee's inquiry, anxieties were expressed in relation to the subject and its potential impact on parental responsibility and faith communities: these are voices which should be heard and concerns which we should try to address.
Proud to Launch Supplementary Advice to the DfEE statutory Sex and Relationship Education Guidance (0116/2000)
All of us committed to ensuring children and young people's entitlement to good education about sex and relationships as part of PSHE education whatever school they are in, wherever they are in the country.
t is clear that the consensus in support of SRE keeps on and on building, both across political parties, professional groups and the general public, but is it time to get out the party frock? Let's keep our fingers crossed, but my instinct is probably not just yet.