Today’s poll: Would making PSHE and SRE compulsory improve the quality of provision?

Nicky Morgan has decided that whilst committed to improving the quality of PSHE and sex and relationship education provision, she is not going to make it compulsory.

The education secretary says making it compulsory would do little to tackle “the most pressing problems” with the subject – but campaigners have criticised the decision as a lost opportunity.

What do you think?


Would making PSHE and SRE compulsory improve the quality of provision?


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  1. WestLondonHead

    SchoolsImprove Not necessarily but it makes it easier to ensure everyone participates. I think most schools teach it.

  2. Good_2_Go

    SchoolsImprove If the school culture isn’t right then even the best provision won’t adequately support a child’s PSHE growth & development

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