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How can I protect my child from being exposed to sexual ethics that diverge from Christian teaching?

Parents are entitled to view all Sex and Relationships Education materials used, and to be informed about when they are going to be taught. Once you have seen the material, and know what it contains, it is important to talk with your child about the content from a biblical perspective, before it is taught in school. If you disagree with the curriculum, you should write to the Head and governors, explaining your reasons. If you are not happy with the reply, you should request a meeting with the Head teacher and/or the teacher responsible to clarify what your child should and should not be taught.