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Sep 14, 2017 at 11:06 am #703AnonymousInactive
So, Nick Gibb said in a written answer this week ‘We will announce shortly further details on the wider engagement process. This will set out how we will build evidence from schools, parents, younger people and other organisations to shape draft statutory guidance, which will then be subject to public consultation’.https://www.theyworkforyou.com/wrans/?id=2017-09-04.8201.h&s=Sex+and+Relationship+Education How do we get in on the evidence building process? Anybody know?
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A friend told me about this helpful resource:
Empowering Parents as Educators in Christian Sexuality by Dr Gerard O’Shea
Dr Gerard O’Shea explores the topics that parents and youth educators need to cover when educating our young people in sexuality according to the mind of the Church. The workshop will also assist parents in identifying when they should begin this process. Dr O’Shea offers strategies that helps to make this a beautiful and inspiring undertaking, both for themselves and their children.
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