The aim of this study was to explore the role and activities of the school nursing service in sexual health within a large inner London borough. Conflicts of Interest None. Our pupils thoroughly enjoyed the workshops and assemblies. London: NHS England. The viewpoint of one teacher that sexual health support was not needed in their school is important to consider given the high rates of under conceptions and STIs in the borough PHE, So far, they said, teachers and administrators have been supportive.
I think sex education is helpful towards preventing sexually transmitted diseases among the youth. Was the sex education you received based on the abstinence only model? Graduation Exit Survey Template 8 questions view template. I feel happy that my child will be taught sex education in school.
But how about on the track, or court or pool where athletes compete as male or female? I took it upon myself to consult the Internet or other information resources to educate myself. SurveyMonkey VisionCritical.
Survey Reading time: 6 minutes School Education Gateway Europe's online platform for school education. Should students receive sex education before becoming sexually active? Sexual education would have interfered with my personal or religious beliefs and I am content not having received sexual education.
Only one in ten local or regional authorities provide professional development for teachers regarding sexual education and reproductive health.
It is therefore recommended that further research is undertaken involving larger numbers of SNs and school staff, along with parents and young people to ensure their views of the service are reflected. This may also be related to other factors such as the timing of the drop-in and the suitability of the space in which the drop-in takes place, which have been identified as factors important to young people in promoting attendance Hayter et al.
School staff were asked to identify the number of students they had been aware of in the last month who had required sexual health support, the number they had referred to the school nursing service and the number they had encouraged to attend the SN drop-in.