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Sex Ed: What parents and carers need to know

As a parent or carer, you care about the health and wellbeing of your children, and about the choices they make in life. Most importantly you care about their safety.

It’s natural to feel anxious about your kids growing up and learning about relationships and sex, but young people are infinitely curious and without a safe space to ask questions they will search elsewhere.

Having open conversations that are timely and relevant to their experiences gives them the power to recognise harmful behaviour and to be heard. If you don’t feel equipped to have those conversations just yet, Brook is here.

Explore our pages for parents for top tips, FAQs, free resources and information to help you support in-school learning and make sure your children and young people get the high-quality RSE that you never had.

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