More than primary schools in the UK have introduced lessons as part of the All About Me sex education programme. More than primary schools in the UK have introduced lessons as part of the All About Me sex education programme for kids aged six to ten. Shocked parents have hit out at the program, saying that children of such young ages should not be exposed to mature topics like masturbation, and some took their kids off school when the lessons were taught. Some education experts and teachers said the programme's wording was "too vague" and not suitable for primary schoolers.
The G’s Spot Guide to Sex Ed
How to talk about sex! - BigTalk Education
From the very beginning always refer to parts of their bodies by the correct terms, for example, boys have a penis and girls have a vagina. Ensure they are aware of the 4 parts of their body no one should touch unless they want them to: the genital area penis, vagina , bottom, chest and mouth. Reassure them they can come to you if ANYONE touches them or asks them to keep a secret surprises are ok, secrets are not. Never expect or force them to kiss people goodbye etc.
How to talk about SEX
Teens have no problem assessing information about sex, yet pregnancy and STI rates remain high. Lessons may have improved, but more still needs to be done. O ur young British public are growing up fast.
Take America for example. How many states teach sex ed in schools? In my survey conducted last year, women revealed that whilst growing up, the three most influential sources of information about sex were: their friends, their own experiences and the media. The least influential sources of information were: their parents, sex education at school and sex ed books. Obviously we should be teaching sex ed if we want young people to make healthy and informed decisions about their sexual relationships and sexual health.