School leaders back compulsory sex education as bill heads for second reading – Schools Week, February 2015

More than nine in ten school leaders agree that sex and relationships education (SRE) should start in primary school – but many do not feel teachers would be comfortable teaching the subject.

It comes after the education select committee, a cross-party group of MPs, last week called for SRE to be mandatory in primary schools.

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