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UK school curricula will be reformed to ease sex education classes, Rishi Sunak suggested.
The prime minister recently ordered a review of how sex and relationships are taught in schools, following allegations that children were being exposed to age-inappropriate content.
Asked when the review would be completed, he said he would not give a definite date but would make changes if necessary.
During a visit to Japan for the G7 summit, Sunak said: “First and foremost as a parent…it is very important that what our children are exposed to online, not just at school, is sensitive and age-appropriate.
“There are too many instances of that not happening. And that’s what we’re trying to do.”
The Prime Minister further added: We are working on it and we are looking at the curriculum. I don’t want to pre-empt the results of my review. What I want is a sensitive and age-appropriate curriculum. Our children are precious and should be sensitively protected. ”
He also expressed support for Home Secretary Suera Braverman, who said the conference should not make whites feel guilty about historical racism and injustice.
Sunak said: “With all that said, look at the coronation. It was also a reflection of our modern nation.
“If you want to know what England is, look at that weekend. It makes us all happy and makes me very proud.”