The guide is part of Parent Info, an online service launched today by the Department for Education, which schools will be able to host on their own websites.
Education secretary Nicky Morgan said: ‘As a parent, I understand how important it is to know your child is safe and that’s why this new online service is so important.’ She added: ‘I hope all schools take advantage of this new resource, which addresses fundamental issues like cyber bullying and body confidence – so that they can help protect their children in this digital age.’ Other content provided by Parent Info will include articles, videos and Q&As, covering difficult topics like sex, relationships and the internet, body image and peer pressure, as well as broader parenting topics.
It might help to use a storyline from a TV show or a movie to start up this conversation and perhaps when you are cooking dinner or relaxing on the sofa.
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Teens need to understand that both people in a sexual encounter or relationship must agree to it and can change their mind at any time if they want to stop – sometimes young people think that if they’ve said yes to one thing, they have agreed to do whatever their partner wants at any time when this is not the case.
You can also explain that if you agree to one activity this does not mean you have to do anything else or more than once.
Our Teen Boundaries work with young people in schools shows that sometimes they misunderstand what consent means, how to read the signs and feel pressured into sexual activities that they are uncomfortable with.
It may be difficult to try and find the time to have this conversation and it is important that it is a casual discussion so not to make your teen feel uncomfortable and walk away.