Are you happy with compulsory SRE lessons for your children?

Are you happy with compulsory SRE lessons for your children?

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Eimante Mahfouz started this petition to Ms J Travi (Bushmead Primary School Head Teacher)

I am a parent of 5 children in primary school and at the moment our children are being taught about sex and relationships.  The teaching includes numbers of images which to majority of people are age inappropriate,  body parts naming at a very early year groups etc. I would like all caring parents, carers,  grandparents to join and sign this petition so we can make a change. All of us have all sorts of concerns about this and my intention of this petition is not to detail every parents opinions,  but to show the number of parents are not happy with the resources,  with the appropriateness of the recourses for the age groups, with lack of information provided and lack of time provided to us  to agree on this or disagree. Now we have to keep our children at home to avoid the lessons we don't want our children to attend and this is not how it should be. We aim to reach an agreement of what is good to be taught at school and the way it should be taught. This includes a suggestion to teach boys and girls separately to avoid embarrassment and any uncomfortable feelings that young children would have. This shouldn't be uncomfortable and at the moment it is. That doesn't mean they can't learn about each other. We seek to start the teaching of the lessons at year 5 or 6, depending on covered subjects with a minimal amount of images or videos. We seek for another survey to give opportunity to parents to express their views so that balance could be reached. We would like to have a parents evening obviously within Covid safety guidance,  could be via online platform, so recourses could be reviewed,  discussed and removed if necessary.  Please share this and we will make sure the changes we want will be made. This is our parents/carers right. 

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