Senior school nurse Jane Young fast-forwards the sex-education video to the "nitty gritty", second segment most likely to unsettle the parents of year-old primary pupils at Sketchley Hill primary school, Hinckley in Leicestershire. So far, the Living and Growing video, made by Channel 4, has featured children talking about change. The message is that development, from new likes and dislikes to puberty's remodelling of bodies, is natural and absolutely nothing to worry about. Diagrams have shown the differences in girls' and boys' bodies and the way the penis can be used for both peeing and making babies. Apparently, it's the peeing part that always makes the children laugh.
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Explicit sex education DVD banned in England still being aired in Scots primary schools
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I agree. I think I am more leaning towards letting him. I just think that maybe I have shielded him too much! He know babies come from me, and that me and daddy made the baby, but has no idea how. He really has no clue about anything.
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Now furious mums in Lanarkshire have demanded that it is taken out of use in schools in the area. We, as parents, are here to know what is best for our children to see. The film includes a section aimed at children as young as five, asking them to name the body parts on a drawing of a naked man and woman. Another segment, intended for eight year-olds, shows the cartoon couple chasing each other around a bedroom with a feather before having sex. A North Lanarkshire Council spokesman said last night that parents can withdraw their pupils from the sex education programme.
The DVD, intended to be shown as part of the national curriculum, makes explicit reference to genitalia. However, parents at a primary school in Ipswich, Suffolk said they were "distressed" by the film's content. Kara Monday, 27, whose daughter Jessica, five, attends Cliff Lane Primary School, said she was "very distressed" at graphic references made to female and male body parts and that she was worried that children might "sexually experiment" with each other after seeing the film. The personal, social and health education PSHE curriculum was announced in , but was not made compulsory.