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These are external links and will open in a new window. Pupils as young as four are to be given lessons in well-being and healthy livingaccording to Department for Education DfE proposals. Fri 19 Jul Politics Home Parliaments Brexit.
We've noticed you're adblocking. Classes will also cover physical health, such as the importance of exercise, and healthy eating and the benefits of a healthy lifestyle as well as preventing health problems. All age four to eleven-year-olds should be taught a set of rules and principles to protect themselves online, the draft guidance will say, as well as how to spot risks and harmful content.
Show less. Health education will be a mandatory part of the curriculum for all primary and secondary schools in England from autumn
Britain's Brexit Crisis. It says: "We believe it is the parent's fundamental right to teach their child RSE topics or to at least decide who teaches them and when and how they are taught. Mon 15 Jul BBC One Panorama. Share or comment on this article: BBC education film that claims there are 'more than gender identities' is blasted as 'nonsense' e-mail 5.
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