‘They believe this’ : taking pupils’ religious backgrounds into account in relationship and sex education
AffiliationFaiths Against Child Sexual Exploitation
University of Bedfordshire
Youthscape Centre for Research
Subjectsrelationships and sex education
relationships and sexuality education
religion and spirituality
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AbstractThis research explored young people’s experiences of, and views on, the place of religion in Relationships and Sex Education (RSE). We surveyed 157 15-19-year-olds from 29 different secondary schools, including those with and with no religious faith, and spoke to 16 Christians and Muslims aged 18-21 in four online focus groups.
CitationFaiths Against Child Sexual Exploitation (2021) '‘They believe this’ : taking pupils’ religious backgrounds into account in relationship and sex education'. : University of Bedfordshire.
PublisherUniversity of Bedfordshire
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