We've heard from many concerned parents that schools are covering sex education in the final weeks of the school year.
We imagine that schools were reluctant to cover it while children were at home, fearing parental objections. So, getting it over and done with quickly just before the long break seems like a good tactic to minimise the opportunity for controversy.
To clarify, we don't object to sex education in general, but to the SNP's immoral, trivialising, misleading and corrupting resources that are used in most schools.
Our advice: withdraw children if the school is using the RSHP.scot resources. Still be very concerned if the school uses other resources. Ask to see lesson plans, bearing in mind that apparently benign descriptions can cover quite objectionable content.