Ofsted: Sex education not good enough in 25% of schools


Many teachers are too embarrassed to give pupils proper comprehensive lessons on sensitive subjects like sex and drugs, according to the education watchdog, Ofsted.

Inspectors found that classes on those topics were not good enough in a quarter of the schools they visited in England.

Sarah Campbell reports.

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