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lSex education should contribute to the physical, emotional, moral and spiritual development of all young people within the context of today's society.
lSex education should be non-discriminatory and sensitive to the diverse backgrounds and needs of all young people.
lSex education starts informally at an early stage with parents and carers and continues through to adulthood both within the home and at all stages of school life.THE KEY AIMSlProvide accurate and relevant information about the physical and emotional changes that children and young people will experience throughout their formative years and into adulthood.