London: National Children's Bureau, 2003. 40 p.
1 900990 89 X
This booklet aims to encourage secondary schools and sexual health services to improve links between sex and relationships education (SRE) and specialist sexual health advice and support. It is set out in three sections. Part 1 gives background information on why schools should build stronger links with services, puts the subject within a national context, and identifies what young people see as the issues. Part 2 examines the different ways in which links can be forged between schools and sexual health services and illustrates each method with examples of successful schemes. Part 3 provides clear guidance for schools on the process for deciding the most appropriate and effective approach, based on local needs.
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