Faith schools will receive separate guidance on how to provide sex and relationship education - which will include contraception, abortion and homosexuality - alongside conflicting religious beliefs.
What does SRE stand for?
SRE stands for Sex and Relationship Education
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Jackie Fisher, principal and chief executive of Newcastle College, has been co-chairing the review into Sex and Relationship Education (SRE) alongside schools minister Jim Knight.
The Archbishop, who is also chairman of the Catholic Education Service, said the Church had made representations to the Government as part of a review of the provision of sex and relationship education in schools.
Her work, the first national survey of its kind, will be published on Tuesday by the forum, an umbrella organisation which supports the development of sex and relationship education in schools.
Over 20,000 school students surveyed reported an abysmal standard of sex and relationship education (SRE): 40% said it was poor or very poor, 33% said it was average; worse, 55% of 12-to 15-year-olds had not been taught how to use a condom, nor had 57% of girls aged 16-17.
Where sex and relationship education and confidential advice services go hand-in-hand, rates of both (teenage pregnancies and STIs) are lower.