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Published: August 20, The Ford government was elected on a promise to repeal the controversial sex-ed curriculum brought in by the Wynne Liberals. Parents complained that topics were discussed at too young an age, that some examples provided to teachers to help them explain topics were too graphic. While the Wynne curriculum was controversial to one group of parents and voters, the repeal was controversial to another. So what is in the new curriculum which covers not only sex ed but all aspects of health and physcial education?
There will be a strong emphasis on mental health from an early age. The topic will be part of the curriculum from Kindergarten on. Bullying will be taught from Kindergarten as well, as will healthy eating while children will start discussing body image in Grade 1. On the controversial topic of when children should start learning about the medical terms for body parts, including genitalia, that will now start in the first grade as well, as will discussions of sexual, physical and emotional abuse.
Having the school curriculum reinforce that is not a bad idea. How and when kids should learn about sex in school will always be a point of contention, even among well-meaning people. In the new curriculum, kids will learn about intercourse, abstinence, contraception, sexting and sexually-transmitted diseases in Grade 7. Strangely they will learn about sexual reproduction and pregnancy in Grade 5. The devil as they say will be in the details and those details have not been released yet.
He said kids should feel safe in the classroom and added this was the guiding principle of the entire consultation and curriculum revamp.
It had at one point been suggested that these topics be taught as early as Grade 3, any move later will not be accepted. On the other side will be parents upset that this controversial idea is discussed at all.