Sex and sexuality education

NSPCC Learning has conducted a literature review into young people’s experiences learning about relationships, sex and sexuality in the UK. The review summarises 11–to 25-year olds’ views on what, where and how information is communicated to children and young people. The review also highlights the need for better understanding around children and young people’s different learning experiences including understanding how they seek information.

Read the literature review: Children and young people’s views on learning about sex, sexuality and relationships

Source: NSPCC Learning

Date: 17 November 2022

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