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    One of my children are at the British School of Boston. When is sex discussed there?
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    Most likely - Break Time

    Im sorry, it was just too tempting.

    most likey - Giving head in toilets.



    Sorry too tempting
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    Oh the sex education at my school is just too funny. We each got a carrot to practise putting a condom on. Half of us split them, and one of the guys got a detention for carving the carrot into a certain..replicia of a certain organ.

    why carrots why not cucumbers or bananas. at least give something which at least resembels a human ****
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    We had the same !!!

    The teacher would go to the store room looking for a condom (hopefully they were just for education purposes) and then say that she couldn't find it. At this point she would get offers to borrow one from every male person in class (some girls too).
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    Originally posted by Unregistered
    One of my children are at the British School of Boston. When is sex discussed there?
    Sex education is an on going process, but is pretty much compulsary in Year 7 (age 11/12), where sexual processes are discussed.

    It then becomes part of the PSHE (Personal, Social & Health Education) programme, where it is discussed further, and the ability to make rational decisions, and what the laws are.

    Contraception is a topic covered quite heavily, along with sexual health.

    However there are the un-official channels away from the classrooms that will get discussed amongst friends from about age 14 onwards !
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    Un-official channels away from the classroom???

    I think you mean when you are about 9 and are giggling at the dirty magazine behind the bike sheds but I am not quite sure.

    Recent survey (2002), showed that most childeren beging their sexual education aged 7. Worrying but......
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    I went to a conservitave school up until about 11 and when I got to my new school [which was NOT conservitave] everyone knew all about the facts of life except for me. I remember being so "grossed-out" by it all that I would cover my ears whenver they mentioned it. Thankfully, I have matured.
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    I can see you there with your hands over your ears while loads little kids around you thinking they are "cool" because they can say "sex" behing the teachers back.

    ahhhhhh......school days
    *sheds tear*

    yeah. watching porn was the best days of my life


    good old days
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    in my untire 15 years of education i have had no sex education. mayb they just expect it from the valleys for everyone to know it all already!!

    love Katy ***
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    I do think my Year 7 teacher was a bad influence though. He said the 2 following things --

    "I find it totally normal that teenagers would want and do try smoking when they are young. I think its just natural. I myself smoke!"

    "Underage sex isn't that bad! If you want to, you should just go ahead and do it!"

    I believe he was fired about a year after we had him. Ahh the good picks that the education system makes.

    sex, was great when i was a kid. all that jerking off .


    good old days
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    It is kinda wierd that you never had sex education but it is not particularly useful anyway. A night in your local town centre with your mates and a lot of alcohol will sort you out.
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    hasnt done me any harm so far...

    love Katy ***
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    It has probably screwed me up royally but still........going out on Friday.
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    Originally posted by Leekey
    Most likely - Break Time

    Im sorry, it was just too tempting.
    Lol
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    I found out about the birds and the bees via Leekey's distribution projects.
 
 
 
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