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Giving students a chance to speak openly about sex and relationships can help them make good choices, and this lesson helps young people come to terms with important decisions about relationships and sexuality, providing them with the information they need to navigate potentially challenging scenarios.
The aim of this lesson is to get pupils: thinking about what a relationship is and starting to understand that different people will have different experiences; understanding how conception takes place and exploring the facts and myths about it; and agreeing on what consent is, and recognising its importance in a relationship.