A programme for primary pupils in Warwickshire teaching about relationships is to be reviewed, said the county council, following claims some of it is inappropriate for younger pupils.
Speaking in Parliament last week Rugby MP Mark Pawsey said the All About Me programme "goes well beyond statutory guidance" from the Department for Education.
The Conservative MP said he had been contacted by "concerned parents" who believe that some of the material is not appropriate.
"I understand that Warwickshire County Council is urgently
reviewing this programme, " he said in a statement.
"I hope that the outcome of that will be to reassure
parents that what is being taught to their children is suitable for their age.”
Warwickshire County Council said: "These
resources are fully researched, evidence based and in line with the department
for education guidelines.
"The council considers all comments carefully and
so we will be reviewing this content."