At a time of considerable change for personal, social and health education (PSHE),
this report evaluates the current provision: whether it is based sufficiently closely on
the needs of young people and how the outcomes might be best achieved. It
considers the pressures that children and young people face as they mature and
discusses the significant role played by most parents in advising and supporting their
children. Schools and PSHE programmes in particular, have a major part to play in
the personal and social development of young people.
Published: April 2007
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