22 Sep '14

News Sussex school defends offering STI testing to pupils

School says tests were part of NHS strategy that had been running for years, as parents express shock at not being toldA school has defended offering pupils tests for sexually transmitted infections (STI) during lessons.Blatchington Mill School in Hove, East Sussex, gives youngsters aged 15 or 16 the chance to do a chlamydia test as part of their personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education. Continue reading...

Read the full story in Guardian Education
Log in Join