The worst was this slide of a diseased penis that had been so ravaged by multiple STDs that it was more pus and bloodied sores than skin. Open-ended questions produced similar results, with health class the most cited response. They need to know more about the social context around sexuality and to learn in different ways from people who are available and receptive to them. However, several articulated negative consequences, both emotional and physical, of their sexual behavior. Educators should employ ways of teaching that would allow students a greater degree of access to the sex education curriculum presented to them in school. Instead, they learned quite a bit of information about sex in ways available to them outside of the sanctioned school curriculum. Young people talk about their experiences of sex in this resource from the Youthhealthtalk , containing short video clips. Sometimes, participants suggested these people because they wanted to learn from those with whom they were closely connected. This study brings us closer to understanding the needs of students who are visually impaired, blind, or have low vision. Teachers might be nervous about mentioning pornography in SRE, but with the easy access to explicitly sexual content on the internet, which many children come across while looking for answers to sex education questions, it's vital that they can respond to the reality appropriately. The last quantifiable survey question about participant perspectives about an ideal sex education experience asked from whom they would have wanted to have learned sex education e. See Effective learning methods for guidance on approaches to teaching the subject within PSHE and citizenship lessons, including advice on working in mixed- and single-gender groups. Totally legit, everyone was on board. This resource exploring issues of confidentiality is designed to help senior managers and practitioners understand how to improve pupils' access to confidential sexual health services, and how to establish an appropriate level of confidentiality within SRE in classrooms and one-to-one situations. Relationship and sexual problems of the visually handicapped. A specific curriculum for students with visual impairments should be developed to support education in any setting, with any sex educator, and targeted for a variety of ages.