At a glance: The future for PSHE education

November 2009
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;11/19/2009, p10
The article discusses the developments of personal, social, health, and economic (PSHE) education in Great Britain. It notes that parents of children over the age of 15 will no longer be able to withdraw PSHE lessons for their children. It mentions the need for young people to receive at least one year of sex and relationships education to gain knowledge on body image, personal finances, drugs, alcohol, and sex and relationships.


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