Involve us, respect us: Engaging young people in relationships and sex education

Schools must have the tools they need to deliver high quality relationships and sex education to every pupil. It must be suitable to all young people, regardless of gender and sexuality. It must be accessible to children with special educational needs and disabilities. It must be delivered in partnership with parents, with due regard for cultural sensitivities. Crucially, it must also provide young people with the information and advice they want and need.

This new report from Barnardo’s draws on the views and experiences of young people, asking them directly what . should be taught in Relationships and Sex Education classes.