Help FPA to highlight the importance of sexual health.
A piece of legislation is passing through Parliament - The Children and Families Bill – which covers a mixture of legal issues around children and young people including adoption, care and education.
Amendments have been tabled to the Bill which would mean that all schools must provide sex and relationships education (SRE) for all students.
This proposal will be debated on Tuesday 11 June and MPs should have an opportunity to vote on this ensuring that the proposal will be debated in the House of Lords, becoming law at the end of this process.
SHout Loud is a website which helps individuals, community groups and campaigners to have their say about sexual health, contraception and HIV services in England.
SHout Loud wants to find out what guidance, programmes or plans local authorities in England have in place to support their schools in delivering high-quality, age-appropriate sex and relationships education (SRE).
You can help by emailing your Lead Councillor for Education to ask how your local authority is supporting young people’s access to SRE.
Just enter your name and address on the SHout Loud website and they'll tell you who your councillor is and give you a suggested email to send.
Why is SRE important? Read FPA and Brook's SRE briefing (PDF) for more information.