Rishi Sunak will reform sex education to teach children ‘sensitive’
RISHI Sunak wants to reform sex education so that it is conveyed with sensitivity.
The Prime Minister believes he can protect young children by ensuring classes are age-appropriate.
Some MPs believe students are being taught controversial gender ideologies too early and exposed to sexual material.
A release of the review, expedited by the Prime Minister, is expected in the summer.
Mr Sunak told The Sun on Sunday: “What I want is a sensitive and age-appropriate curriculum.
“Our children are precious; You deserve to be protected. That’s what I want as a parent.
“What our kids are experiencing, not only at school but also online, it’s really important that it’s sensitive and age-appropriate. Families across the country are concerned.
“It’s something I really care about.”